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Ten-Year Network Development Plan 2013-2022

Infrastructure Projects Annex A

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Austria

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-133

Bidirectional Austrian Czech Interconnection (BACI, formerly LBL project)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

Operator

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ? Reinthal  (AT/CZ   border)  to   Baumgarten,  GAS   CONNECT  AUSTRIA   GmbH    (100%)  

Břeclav-­‐Reinthal (CZ/ AT  border),  NET4GAS,   s.r.o.  (100%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 27/02/12

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+58,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+24,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+254,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2019 Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Reinthal -­‐  Bidirectional  Austrian-­‐Czech  Interconnector

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 254,00 254,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Czech  Republic Hub  Austria

Hub Austria Hub  Czech  Republic

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The BACI will be a new infrastructure directly connecting the Austrian and Czech market. It will be connected to the existing Czech transmission system via CS Břeclav (NET4GAS, s.r.o.) and to the Austrian transmission system via Baumgarten (GAS CONNECT AUSTRIA GmbH). The BACI will enable capacity transmission for the first time between these two member states and it will facilitate better market integration and security of gas supply also for adjacent countries like Hungary, Poland, Germany, Italy, France, Slovenia, Croatia and Slovakia due to the creation of additional transportation opportunities. The project will also increase the overall flexibility of the Czech, Austrian and also Polish system by  diversification  of  gas  supply  routes  and  by  connecting  UGS  in  the  Czech  Republic  and  Austria.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  Region),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (CZ,  AT),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  Region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-021

Bidirectional Austrian-Czech Interconnector (BACI, formerly LBL project)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gas Connect  Austria  GmbH

Operator

Gas Connect  Austria  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ? Pipeline  on  Austrian   territory,  GAS   CONNECT  AUSTRIA   GmbH  (100%)  

Pipeline on  Czech   territory,  NET4GAS,   s.r.o  (100%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 27/02/12

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+58,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+24,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+255,13

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

2


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Reinthal -­‐  Bidirectional  Austrian-­‐Czech  Interconnector

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 255,13 255,13

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Austria Hub  Czech  Republic

Hub Czech  Republic Hub  Austria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The first  pipeline  connecting  the  Austrian  and  the  Czech  Markets

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Austrian Market, Czech Market), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Austria, Czech Republic), N-­‐1 Regional (CEE Region), Extension of transport capacity of Russian  gas  to  the  West, Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Belgium

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-F-205

Alveringem-Maldegem

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys Belgium

Operator

Fluxys Belgium

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fluxys.com/nl-­‐ BE/services/transmission_1/openseasons/~/media/files/serv ices/transmission/openseasonfrancebelgium/bindingphase/i nformationmemorandum%20pdf.ashx

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Alveringem-­‐ Maldegem, Fluxys   Belgium  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2012 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2015 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Expected Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +74,00

+270,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

New IP  FR-­‐BE    (FR)  /  Alveringem-­‐Maldegem  (BE)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 270,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North)

Hub Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

A new interconnection point between GRTgaz and Fluxys near Veurne (Alveringem) to allow firm physical capacity with non-­‐odorized gas from France to Belgium. Thanks to this new connection, the terminal of Dunkirk will be linked with the IPs  of  the  zone  of  Zeebrugge  (IZT/HUB,  ZPT  and  LNG  terminal)  and  the  North-­‐West  European  market  through  the  virtual  hub  ZTP.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (This  project  gives  a  connection  from  the  LNG  terminal  of  Dunkirk  and  the  PEG-­‐Nord  to  Belgium  and  the  international  markets  of  North-­‐West  Europe.  ) Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Belgium),  N-­‐1  Regional  (NW  Europe),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-270

Zeebrugge Compression Project

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys Belgium

Operator

Fluxys Belgium

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

undetermined (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2014 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+30,00

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+540,00

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Zeebrugge ZPT

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00

From Zone

To Zone

Supplier Norway

Hub Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

A compressor  station  downstream  of  the  ZPT  terminal  to  compress  the  gas  from  the  Zeepipe.  This  will  allow  to  reduce  the  outlet  pressure  of  the  ZPT  terminal,  thus  increasing  the  Zeepipe  capacity.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-206

Luxembourg Pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys Belgium  /  Creos

Operator

Fluxys Belgium

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Undefined (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2016

Last completed  Phase  :

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +50,00

+10,85


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Pipeline upgrade to increase capacity from Belgium to Luxembourg by reinforcing the current DN300 section from Bras to Petange by DN500. It results in a capacity increase of 10.85 GWh/d on Creos side due to higher delivery pressure from Fluxys  network.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (BE/LUX),  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Luxembourg),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-056

Zeebrugge Compression Project

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gassco AS

Operator

Gassco AS

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ? IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Gassco (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2014 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW)

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Zeebrugge ZPT

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 52,80

From Zone

To Zone

Supplier Norway

Hub Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Main scope  in  installation  of  a  new  compressor  at  the  Zeebrugge  Terminal  to  increase  exit  capacity  from  Gassled  .

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Extension  of  transport  capacity  of  Russian  gas  to  the  West,  Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-229

LNG Terminal Zeebrugge - Capacity Extension & 2nd Jetty

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys LNG

Operator

Fluxys LNG

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Fluxys LNG  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2017

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

LNG Terminal  Zeebrugge +3,00 +180.000,00 +10,80

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Zeebrugge LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 118,80

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Belgium

Hub Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Construction  of  a  second  jetty  for  berthing  of  LNG  ships  with  a  capacity  from  approximately  3500  m³  LNG  up  to  217000  m³  LNG.

Construction of  an  additional  storage  tank  with  a  capacity  of  180000  m³  LNG.

Construction of  additional  send-­‐out  capacity  of  450000  m³(n)/h. EXPECTED  BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (The increase of capacity will contribute to the integration of market areas in North-­‐West Europe. The overall flexibility of the system is enhanced by the additional LNG storage and the send-­‐out capacity.), Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Belgium),  N-­‐1  Regional  (NW  Europe),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Higher  Flexibility  for  the  market  due  to  enhanced  reloading  capacity

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Bosnia Herzegovina

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-224

Gaspipeline Zenica - Brod

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

BH Gas  d.o.o.

Operator

BH Gas  d.o.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Expected EBRD  loan   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2022* Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +130,00

+0,02


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The starting point of the Bosanski Brod – Zenica gas pipeline is in close vicinity of Bosanski Brod where it should be connected to the high-­‐pressure gas pipeline leading from Zagreb via Kutina to Slavonski Brod (TSO – Plinacro) in the Republic of  Croatia.  Point  of  interconnection  between  Croatian  and  BiH  natural  gas  transmission  network  is  Bosanski  Brod/Slavonski  Brod.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  Regional,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Bulgaria

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-137

Interconnection Bulgaria - Serbia

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Promoter Operator

FINANCING

Bulgarian Ministry  of  Economy,  energy  and  tourism   (MEET) Bulgartransgaz  EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Bulgarian sec?on,   Ministry  of  Economy,   Energy  and  Tourism  of   Bulgaria  (100%)  

2

Serbian sec?on,   Serbijagas  (100%)  

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2015

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2015

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

2 +155,00

+51,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector BG  RS

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 51,00 51,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Serbia Hub  Bulgaria

Hub Bulgaria Hub  Serbia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This is  the  first  interconnection  between  the  gas  transmission  systems  of  Serbia  and  Bulgaria.  The  project  establishes  a  connection  between  the  Bulgarian  and  Serbian  gas  markets  that  currently  are  not  connected.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National, N-­‐1 Regional, The projects listed above should enhance the system flexibility and contribute to the security of supply within the  region  (increased  interconnection  between  Bulgaria  and  Serbia)

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-145

Black Sea CNG

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Bulgartransgaz (0%)  

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

2

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

SOCAR, GOGC  and   others  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2015

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Project for  delivery  of  compressed  natural  gas  (CNG)  through  Black  Sea.  The  realization  of  the  project  depends  on  the  progress  of  the  Southern  Gas  Corridor  projects.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional The CNG project is a direct connection of the EU with the gas sources of the Caucasus and Caspian regions through the Black Sea eliminating certain transit risks. The project will establish competition between suppliers in the country and the SEE Region (gas-­‐to-­‐gas competition) and will promote the real liberalisation of the national and regional gas market and market integration. CNG will help for the fulfilment of the requirements of Regulation 994/2010 for security of gas supply  for  Bulgaria  and  the  SEE  region.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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UGS-N-141

Construction of new gas storage facility on the territory of Bulgaria

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg/index.php

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Bulgartransgaz EAD   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2020

Injectability (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2020

Deliverability (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Planned

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new gas  storage  facility  on  the  territory   of  Bulgaria


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Under  considerations  are  several  option  for  construction  of  new  gas  storage  facility  on  the  territory  of  Bulgaria  –  depleted  gas  field  (onshore  or  offshore),  salt  cavern  or  aquifer. The  new  gas  storage  facility  will  be  interconnected  with  the  existing  gas  transmission  system  on  the  territory  of  Bulgaria.   Construction  of  new  gas  storage  facility  on  the  territory  of  Bulgaria  is  very  important  in  order  to  enhance  the  level  of  the  security  of  gas  supply  and  to  fulfil  the  requirements  of  Regulation  994/2010.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-F-143

Enabling permanent bi-directional capacity in the existing interconnection point between Bulgaria and Greece

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs Bulgarian sec@on,   Bulgartransgaz  (100%)  

None

Greek sec@on,  DESFA   S.A.  (100%)  

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013 Market test

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Kula (BG)  /  Sidirokastron  (GR)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 38,50

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Greece

Hub Bulgaria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In line with the provisions of Regulation (ЕC) 994/2010 to enable permanent bi-­‐directional capacity in the existing interconnection points between Member States, Bulgartransgaz EAD envisages enabling permanent bi-­‐directional capacity in the  interconnection  point  with  Greece:  Kula/Sirirokastro  amounting  to  3.5  mcm/day.  The  capacity  figures  indicated  in  this  project  are  provisional  and  may  be  subject  to  changes  once  a  final  agreement  with  the  Greek  TSO  is  signed.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-F-144

Enabling permanent bi-directional capacity in the interconnection points between Bulgaria and Romania – Negru Voda 1, 2 and 3

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

Bulgarian sec@on,   Bulgartransgaz  EAD   (50%)  

None

Romanian sec@on,   Transgaz  S.A.  (50%)  

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013 Market test

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Negru Voda  I

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 132,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Bulgaria

Interconnector Trans-­‐Balkan  Pipeline

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In line with the provisions of Regulation (ЕC) 994/2010 to enable permanent bi-­‐directional capacity in the existing interconnection points between Member States, Bulgartransgaz EAD envisages to enable capacity in the direction from Bulgaria to  Romania  in  the  interconnection  points  –  Negru  Voda  1,  2  and  3.The  capacity  figures  indicated  in  this  project  are  provisional  and  may  be  subject  to  changes  once  a  final  agreement  with  the  Romanian  TSO  is  reached.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-F-057

Interconnection Bulgaria–Romania

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Transgaz S.A.  (46%)  

Bulgartransgaz EAD   (54%)  

None

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2011 Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2010 Q4

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q2

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2013 Q2

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Supply contract

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Expected Load  Factor

3 +25,00

+42,40


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector Bulgaria-­‐Romania  (IBR)

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 42,40 42,40

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Romania Hub  Bulgaria

Hub Bulgaria Hub  Romania

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The reverse interconnection Bulgaria–Romania aims at connecting the national gas transmission networks of Bulgaria and Romania. The implementation of the project is in line with the EU policy aimed at providing interconnections between  Member  States  like  Bulgaria  having  a  limited  number  of  sources  and  routes  for  gas  imports.   The  gas  pipeline  is  being  designed  to  function  in  a  reverse  mode,  which  will  create  conditions  for  the  mitigation  of  potential  supply  crises  on  Bulgarian  and  Romanian  territory. The  implementation  of  the  project  will  result  in  increasing  the  degree  of  interconnectivity  between  the  gas  transmission  systems  of  Bulgaria  and  Romania.  The  project  will  offer  additional  transmission  capacity.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-N-140

Interconnection Turkey-Bulgaria

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

2

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg/index.php

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Bulgarian secCon,   Bulgartransgaz  EAD   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2014

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Planned

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Expected Load  Factor

1 +200,00

+85,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector ITB  (Turkey  -­‐  Bulgaria)

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 85,00 85,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Turkey Hub  Bulgaria

Hub Bulgaria Hub  Turkey

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The interconnection Turkey-­‐Bulgaria is a key project whose realization shall lead to the increase of the security of supply and the opportunity for diversification of gas supply not only to Bulgaria, but to the Central and South-­‐Eastern Europe region as well. The interconnection is expected to be constructed as a development of the existing interconnection of the systems of Bulgartransgaz EAD and Botaş S.A. -­‐ Turkey, through the creation of technical capability for provision of  capacity  for  simultaneous  bi-­‐directional  physical  natural  gas  flow  between  the  two  systems.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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UGS-N-138

UGS Chiren Expansion

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Bulgartransgaz EAD

Operator

Bulgartransgaz EAD

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.bulgartransgaz.bg

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Bulgartransgaz EAD   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Storage  facility

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2020

2016 Planned

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UGS Chiren

Working volume  (mcm) Injectability  (mcm/d)

+6,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+6,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  BG  -­‐  Bulgartransgaz

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 60,53 60,53

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Bulgaria Storage  Bulgaria

Storage Bulgaria Hub  Bulgaria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT UGS Chiren is the only underground storage in the country. It covers mainly seasonal fluctuations in the consumption in the country and ensures supply security. The expansion of the UGS is very important for the implementation of the Infrastructure  Standard  N-­‐1.  The  project  will  contribute  to  the  increase  of  storage  capacity  in  Bulgaria  and  in  the  region.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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Croatia

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-066

Interconnection Croatia/Bosnia and Herzegovina (Slobodnica- Bosanski Brod-Zenica)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

CroaJa, Slobodnica-­‐ Bosanski  Brod   (border),  Plinacro   (100%)  

2

B&H, Bosanski  Brod  -­‐   Zenica,  BH  Gas  (100%)  

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

1 +6,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2015 Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+44,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Slobodnica-­‐ Bosanski  Brod-­‐Zenica

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 44,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Croatia

Hub Bosnia  Herzegovina

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The pipeline covers the countries Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and it will be the part of Energy Community Ring. The pipeline goes from Slavonski Brod (Slobodnica) in Croatia, it will cross the Sava river to Bosanski Brod in Bosnia and Herzegovina  with  furter  extension  to  Zenica.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration,  Reverse  Flows,  N-­‐1  Regional  (For  Bosnia  and  Herzegovina),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  It  will  be  new  entry  point  and  transmission  route  for  the  needs  of  B&H;  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-N-070

Interconnection Croatia/Serbia Slobdnica - Sotin (Croatia) - Bačko Novo Selo (Serbia)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs Croa@an sec@on,   Plinacro  (100%)  

None

Serbian sec@on,   Srbijagas  (100%)  

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2015

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

2 +100,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2022* Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+176,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Sotin-­‐ Bačko  Novo  Selo

No

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 176,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Croatia

Hub Serbia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Covering Croatia  and  Serbia,  connecting  the  Croatian  gas  transmission  system  to  the  Serbian  gas  transmission  system  Slobodnica  -­‐  Sotin  (Croatia)  -­‐  Bačko  Novo  Selo  (Serbia)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  Regional  (For  Serbia),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  It  will  be  new  entry  point  and  transmission  route  for  the  needs  of  B&H;  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-N-086

Interconnection Croatia/Slovenia (Bosiljevo - Karlovac - Lučko - Zabok - Rogatec)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Plinacro (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2014

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

1 +150,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2022* Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+165,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Rogatec

No

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 165,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Croatia

Hub Slovenia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Covering Croatia  and  Slovenia,  from  the  gas  node  Bosiljevo  via  Karlovac,  Lučko  and  Zabok  in  Croatia  to  the  Croatian  /  Slovenian  border  (to  be  connected  to  the  gas  node  Rogatec  on  the  Slovenian  side)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (croatian market and the markets in CEE region), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (for Croatia and Slovenia), N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, It will be significantly increase the capacity of the interconnection of the Croatian and Slovenian gas transmission systems in this direction. It will increase the capacity along the route, provide enhanced access to Baumgarten and Italien gas market.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-N-083

International Pipeline Omišalj - Casal Borsetti

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs Italian sec?on,  tbd   (100%)  

None

Croa?an sec?on,   Plinacro  (100%)  

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018 Construction

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2 +220,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+506,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Casalborsetti

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 506,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Croatia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Covering the  therritory  from  the  gas  node  Omišalj  on  the  island  of  Krk  (Croatian  Gas  Transmission  System)  via  Adriatic  Sea  to  Casal  Borsetti  (Italian  Gas  Transmission  System)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (For Croatia), N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, It will be new cross border transmission between Croatia and Italy; fits in  the  idea  of  Adriatic  Gas  Ring

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-068

Ionian Adriatic Pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

CroaNa (From  Split  to   Montenegro  border),   Plinacro  Ltd;  Ministry   of  Economy  (CroaNa)   (100%)  

GENERAL INFORMATION

Fieri to  Montenegro   border,  Ministry  of   Economy  ,  Trade  and   Energy  (Albania)   (100%)  

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

Bosnia and   Herzegovina,  BH  Gas   (Bosnia  and   Herzegovina);  Ministry   of  Foreign  Trade  and   Economic  RelaNons   (BiH)  (100%)  

2

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Montenegro, Ministry   of  Economy   (Montenegro)  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

Undefined (100,00%)  

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2014

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

3 +540,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2018 Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+75,34

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Ionic-­‐Adriatic Pipeline  -­‐  IAP  /  Split  -­‐  HR Ionic-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline  -­‐  IAP  /  BH Ionic-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline  -­‐  IAP  /  ME Ionic-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline  -­‐  IAP    /  AB Trans-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline  -­‐  TAP  /  Ionic-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline  -­‐  IAP

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

entry exit exit exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 75,00 30,00 15,00 30,00 150,00

From Zone Interconnector  Ionic-­‐Adriatic   Pipeline Interconnector  Ionic-­‐Adriatic   Pipeline Interconnector  Ionic-­‐Adriatic   Pipeline Interconnector  Ionic-­‐Adriatic   Pipeline Interconnector  Trans-­‐Adriatic   Pipeline

To Zone Hub  Croatia Hub  Bosnia  Herzegovina Hub  Montenegro Hub  Albania Interconnector  Ionic-­‐Adriatic  Pipeline

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The pipeline will cross the territory along the Adriatic coast from Fieri in Albania via Montenegro to Split in Croatia and will be linked to the existing Croatian gas transmission system (main direction Bosiljevo – Split). The Ionian-­‐Adriatic Pipeline is  considered  a  part  of  the  Energy  Community  Gas  Ring,  which  is  the  concept  of  gasification  for  the  entire  region,  proposed  by  the  WB  Study  and  accepted  by  the  Gas  Fora  of  the  Energy  Community.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Market  Integration  benefits  for  Croatia and  the  region  (Albania,  Montenegro,  Bosnia  and  Herzegovina  and  neighbouring  countries),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional  (Balkan  region  ),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-090

LNG evacuation pipeline Omišalj - Zlobin (Croatia) - Rupa (Slovenia)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ? Jelšane  (name  of  the   connecOon  point  on   Slovenian  border)-­‐ Kalce,  Plinovodi   (Slovenian  TSO)   (100%)  

Omišalj -­‐  Zlobin  -­‐  Rupa   (HR)  -­‐  Jelšane   (Slovenian  border),   Plinacro  (100%)  

Not defined  yet

IGAs

1

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

1 +55,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2015 Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+506,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Zlobin (Croatia)  -­‐  Rupa  (Slovenia)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 506,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Croatia

Hub Slovenia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The pipeline  will  cross  the  territory  from  the  LNG  solution  in  Omišalj  on  the  island  of  Krk  to  Rupa  in  Slovenia  and  will  be  linked  to  the  Slovenian  gas  transmission  system.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (croatian market, slovenian market and the markets in CEE region and Italy), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (for Croatia and Slovenia), N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, It will be significantly increase the capacity of the interconnection of the Croatian and Slovenian gas transmission systems in this direction. It will increase the capacity along the route, provide enhanced access to Baumgarten and  Italien  gas  market.  The  project  will  significantly  increase  the  flexibillity  of  the  system  for  Croatia.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-075

LNG main gas transit pipeline (Part of North-South Gas Corridor) Zlobin-Bosiljevo-Sisak-KozaracSlobodnica

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Plinacro (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2015

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

1 +308,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) 2022* Construction

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+330,00

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  pipeline  will  be  construted  on  the  territory  of  Croatia  from  the  gas  node  Zlobin  via  Bosiljevo,  Sisak,  the  gas  node  Kozarac  to  Slobodnica

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security of Supply, Market integration (Croatia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia), Reverse Flows, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (for Croatia), Back-­‐up for renewables, This main transit gas pipeline is the future strategic gas transmission connector of great significance and is an integral part of the North – South European Corridor designated the North-­‐South (Baltic – Adriatic) Gas Connection. Its purpose is linking the Polish and Croatian LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) solutions under the umbrella of the European Commission (EC). This project is foreseen under the Gas Forum administered by the Energy Community Secretariat, and although in Croatia, is regionally significant. The main transit gas pipeline  Zlobin-­‐Bosiljevo-­‐Sisak-­‐Kozarac-­‐Slobodnica: -­‐  is  a  continuation  of  the  existing  Hungarian  –  Croatian  interconnection  (gas  pipeline  Varosföld-­‐Dravaszerdahely-­‐Donji  Miholjac-­‐Slobodnica) -­‐  will  be  connected  to  the  future  Ionian  Adriatic  Pipeline  (IAP)   -­‐  will  be  connected  to  the  future  LNG  solution  in  Omišalj. COMMENTS  ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-082

LNGRV

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Plinacro Ltd

Operator

Plinacro Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.plinacro.hr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Plinacro (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Regasification  facility

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

LNG RV  Croatia +2,00

Storage capacity  (m3) 2015 Construction

Send-­‐out (mcm/d) Ship  size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

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+5,50

No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

LNG RV  (Regasification  Vessel)  to  Croatia

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 60,50

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Croatia

Hub Croatia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The LNG  RV  will  be  situated  in  Omišalj  on  the  island  of  Krk,  Republic  of  Croatia. It  is  considered  a  part  of  the  Energy  Community  Gas  Ring,  which  is  the  concept  of  gasification  for  the  entire  region,  proposed  by  the  WB  Study  and  accepted  by  the  Gas  Fora  of  the  Energy  Community.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Croatia, markets of Central and Western Europe (Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Check Republic) as well as the Balkan countries (Serbia, B&H, Montenegro)), Diversification of sources, Diversification of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (for  Croatia),  N-­‐1  Regional,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Cyprus

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


POW-N-073

Internal Gas Pipeline Network

Non-FID

Interconnection with  a  gas-­‐fired  power  plant SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Vasilikos to  Moni   Power  Plant,  CYGAS   (100%)  

Vasilikos Pipeline,   CYGAS  (100%)  

FINANCING

Promoter

Ministry of  Cyprus

Operator

Cygas

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

MulNlateral Financing  (14,29%)  

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

2

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Private Financing   (85,71%)  

Vasilikos to  Dhekelia   Power  Plant,  CYGAS   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Commissioning

2015 Q1

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

3 +77,50

+85,15


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Development of a gas pipeline network that will, initially, supply natural gas to the three power stations operated by the Electricity Authority of Cyprus. It is expected that in the future the gas network will be further developed to supply other power  producers  as  well  as  industrial,  commercial  and  domestic  potential  customers.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

EEPR Funds

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-067

Mediterranean Gas Storage

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Ministry of  Cyprus

Operator

Future Cypriot  Producer

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Project sponsors  not   yet  finalized  (potenAal   sponsors  include  the   Government  of   Cyprus,  Noble  Energy   and  other  future   potenAal  upstream   producers).  (100%)  

Undefined (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q1

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q1

Working volume  (mcm)

+109,62

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2018 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

+18,10

Commissioning

2019 Q1

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+18,10

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

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Cyprus Onshore  LNG  storage


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Mediterranean Gas  Storage  (CY)

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 199,10 199,10

From Zone

To Zone LNG  Terminals  Cyprus

LNG Terminals  Cyprus

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT LNG  storage  and  export  facilities  located  in  Cyprus,  to  transport  gas  from  the  Levantine  Basin  to  LNG  Regasification  Terminals  located  in  the  Mediterranean  Sea  (i.e.  in  Greece,  France,  Italy,  Spain). Gas could then be further transmitted through the national gas transmission system of those countries (using existing or new/upgraded transmission networks/pipelines) to the Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe (not part of current  project). The proposed gas storage and export facilities comprise of initially one LNG storage tank (in total three LNG tanks will gradually be built) and related export facilities, which will be capable of exporting 5mtpa of LNG (the exporting capacity will  gradually  be  expanded  to  15mtpa).

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 Regional (Mediterranean), Biogas, With the implementation of this project additional capacity will become available (offering additional flexibility, through an additional route,  source  and  counterpart),  and  gas  could  be  transported  where  necessary  and  when  necessary  (provided  there  is  an  LNG  Receiving  and  Regasification  Terminal  at  the  destination),  thus  able  to  also  cover  daily  peak  demand. Additional  available  capacity  could  also  cover  part  of  the  annual  demand.  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


PRD-N-055

Mediterranean LNG Export Terminal

Non-FID

Production Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Ministry of  Cyprus

Operator

Future Cypriot  Producer

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Project sponsors  not   yet  finalized  (potenAal   sponsors  include  the   Government  of   Cyprus,  Noble  Energy   and  other  future   potenAal  upstream   producers).  (100%)  

Undefined (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q1

Production facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

+6,60

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2018 Q4

Technical Capacity  (bcm/y)

+7,59

Commissioning

2019 Q1

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

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Vasilikos LNG  Plant


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Vasilikos LNG  Plant  (CY)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 211,00

From Zone

To Zone LNG  Terminals  Cyprus

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

LNG Export  Terminal  for  the  liquefaction  of  natural  gas  produced  in  upstream  fields,  which  will  be  capable  of  producing  5mtpa  of  LNG  (the  exporting  capacity  will  gradually  be  expanded  to  15mtpa).

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  Regional  (Mediterranean),  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-054

Trans-Mediterranean Gas Pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Ministry of  Cyprus

Operator

Cygas

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

2

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Project sponsors  not   yet  finalized  (potenAal   sponsors  include  the   Government  of   Cyprus,  Noble  Energy   and  other  future   potenAal  upstream   producers).  (100%)  

Undefined (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2015 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2018 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+111,00

Commissioning

2018 Q2

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+254,27

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

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1 +1.400,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector CY-­‐GR  (Trans-­‐Med)

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 47,68 222,49

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Greece Hub  Cyprus

Hub Cyprus Hub  Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Transmission  pipeline  for  the  transport  of  natural  gas  from  the  Levantine  Basin  into  Greece’s  National  Gas  Transmission  System,  through  Cyprus. Gas  could  be  then  transported,  using  existing  or  new/upgraded  transmission  networks/pipelines,  through  mainland  Greece  to  the  Central  Eastern  and  South  Eastern  Europe  (not  part  of  current  project). The proposed gas transmission pipeline will have a total length of around 1,400km and could allow for reverse flow. Other relevant project infrastructure (facilities) includes three compressor stations – one located onshore Cyprus, the second  onshore  Crete  (Greece)  and  the  third  onshore  mainland  Greece.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Mediterranean and South-­‐Eastern Europe), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Cyprus), N-­‐1 Regional (South-­‐Eastern Europe), Biogas, Project has significant impact  on  cross-­‐border  transmission  capacity  between  Greece  and  Cyprus. Project  establishes  a  new  connection  and  contributes  to  the  interconnection  of  Cyprus  with  the  European  Grid,  through  Greece,  thus  also  eliminating  the  isolation  of  Cyprus  from  the  Internal  Energy  Market  (by  allowing  for  reverse  flow). Project  provides  for  additional  capacity  able  to  cover  peak  demand  and  daily  demand,  as  well  as  for  reverse  flow. Enhanced  flexibility  is  also  offered  since  the  project  involves  gas  transmission  through  an  additional  route,  source  and  counterpart.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

Project Financing  structure  not  yet  finalized

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Czech Republic

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-133

Bidirectional Austrian Czech Interconnection (BACI, formerly LBL project)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

Operator

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ? Reinthal  (AT/CZ   border)  to   Baumgarten,  GAS   CONNECT  AUSTRIA   GmbH    (100%)  

Břeclav-­‐Reinthal (CZ/ AT  border),  NET4GAS,   s.r.o.  (100%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 27/02/12

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+58,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+24,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+254,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2019 Planned

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Expected Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Reinthal -­‐  Bidirectional  Austrian-­‐Czech  Interconnector

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 254,00 254,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Czech  Republic Hub  Austria

Hub Austria Hub  Czech  Republic

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The BACI will be a new infrastructure directly connecting the Austrian and Czech market. It will be connected to the existing Czech transmission system via CS Břeclav (NET4GAS, s.r.o.) and to the Austrian transmission system via Baumgarten (GAS CONNECT AUSTRIA GmbH). The BACI will enable capacity transmission for the first time between these two member states and it will facilitate better market integration and security of gas supply also for adjacent countries like Hungary, Poland, Germany, Italy, France, Slovenia, Croatia and Slovakia due to the creation of additional transportation opportunities. The project will also increase the overall flexibility of the Czech, Austrian and also Polish system by  diversification  of  gas  supply  routes  and  by  connecting  UGS  in  the  Czech  Republic  and  Austria.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  Region),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (CZ,  AT),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  Region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-135

Connection to Oberkappel

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

Operator

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ? Pipeline  on  Austrian   territory,  potenNal   partner  in  Austria  -­‐  in   discussion  (100%)  

Pipeline on  Czech   territory,  NET4GAS,   s.r.o.  (100%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.tauerngasleitung.at/5GL

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+2,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+55,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2022 Planned

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Expected Load  Factor

1 +110,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

No No

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00 55,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Czech  Republic Hub  Austria

Hub Austria Hub  Czech  Republic

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project will interconnect the existing transmission pipelines in the Czech Republic with AT/DE border at Oberkappel. It will be the first interconnection between these states and it will be connected to Penta West as well as WAG pipeline (AT) and to the Southern branch of the N4G transmission system (CZ). Connection to Oberkappel is a part of the “5 Gas-­‐market Link -­‐ 5GL” of the partners Tauerngasleitung GmbH (AT), Bayernets GmbH (DE), Plinovodi s.r.o. (SLO) and NET4GAS, s.r.o. (CZ). As part of the 5GL Project the Oberkappel project would be interconnected indirectly also to the TGL pipeline project, the storages 7Fields and Haidach (AT) as well as to the gas grid in Southern Germany at Haiming/Burghausen.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  Region),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (CZ,  AT),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  Region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-134

GAZELLE project

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

Operator

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.net4gas.cz/en/projekt-­‐gazela/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

BRAWA, a.s.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

2012

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

2013

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction %  Exemption  in  exit  direction

100%

2012

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS Total  Pipeline  Length  (km)

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

0%

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Expected Load  Factor

1 +158,00

+218,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Opal (DE)/Brandov  (CZ)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 960,00

From Zone

To Zone

Interconnector OPAL

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  creates  together  with  the  projects  Nord  Stream  and  OPAL  the  so  called  Northern  Route  for  Russian  gas  supplies  to  Europe  and  it  has  important  influence  on  increasing  security  of  supply  through  the  diversification  of  gas  routes.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  Region),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (the  Czech  Republic),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  Region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-136

Poland-Czech Republic Interconnection within the North-South Corridor (STORK II)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

Operator

NET4GAS, s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ? from  Kedzierzyn  to  Hať   (CZ  and  PL  border),   GAZ-­‐SYSTEM  S.A.  (PL)   (100%)  

from Libhošť  to  Hať   (CZ  and  PL  border),   NET4GAS,  s.r.o.  (CZ)   (100%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 1/02/11

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2017 Planned

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +107,00

+218,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector CZ-­‐PL

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 153,40 220,50

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Poland Hub  Czech  Republic

Hub Czech  Republic Hub  Poland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The STORK II interconnector pipeline will be part of the Czech and Polish transmission system and will increase cross-­‐border capacity between these two countries by establishing a large transportation corridor that will allow flexible transport of gas in Central Europe in direction North-­‐South.The development of the physical interconnection between Poland and Czech Republic will contribute to reinforcement of the effective operation of the gas transmission systems, efficient gas exchange between the markets, as well as increase of the security of supply not only for Poland and Czech Republic, but also for the CEE region by enabling the supply link with the European gas market (NCG, CEGH Baumgarten, Gas  Pool)  and  global  LNG  market  via  the  Terminal  in  Świnoujście.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  Region  (mainly  CZ,  PL)),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (CZ,  PL),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  Region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-074

Expansion of the virtual storage operated by RWE Gas Storage

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

RWE Gas  Storage,  s.r.o.

Operator

RWE Gas  Storage,  s.r.o.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.rwe-­‐gasstorage.cz/en/capacity-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

RWE Gas  Storage   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2015

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2013

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2016

Injectability (mcm/d)

+9,50

Commissioning

2022*

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+16,10

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

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RWE Gas  Storage  Virtual  Storage +587,40


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  CZ  -­‐  Net4Gas/RWE  Gas  Storage

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 177,10 104,50

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Czech  Republic Hub  Czech  Republic

Hub Czech  Republic Storage  Czech  Republic

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

RWE Gas  Storage  operates  its  six  UGS  facilities  as  virtual  storage.  The  project  involves  expansion  of  a  number  of  facilities.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Project  will  increase  security  of  supply.  Project  will  facilitate  liberalisation  of  the  Czech  gas  market.   The new gas storage capacity will both increase the ratio between storage capacity and gas consumption in the Czech Republic, thus increasing SoS, and contribute to the gas market liberalisation by providing an additional source of flexibility.    

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Denmark

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-F-015

Ellund-Egtved

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Energinet.dk

Operator

Energinet.dk

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

energinet.dk/EN/ANLAEG-­‐OG-­‐PROJEKTER/Anlaegsprojekter-­‐ gas/Ellund-­‐Egtved/Sider/Ellund-­‐Egtved.aspx

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Private Financing   (50,00%)  

Public Financing   (50,00%)  

Year Funding  Granted

Energinet.dk (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2011 2010  Q2 2013 2013  Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+94,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+20,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+184,80

Expected Load  Factor

55,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Ellund Dragør Ellund

Yes Yes Yes

entry exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 184,80 13,20 44,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Germany Hub  Denmark Hub  Denmark

Hub Denmark Hub  Sweden

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Pipeline looping  Ellund-­‐Egtved.  Four  unit  Compressor  Station  in  Egtved.  Increases  capacity  in  Ellund  and  Dragør  Interconnection  Points.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National, N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, Biogas, The project will ensure supply of gas to the Danish and Swedish markets when the gas production from the Danish North Sea is declining. The project also ensures integration with the gas market in Germany. Furthermore, the project will enhance security of supply also in emergency situations by providing diversification of  sources  and  routes.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

50% European Economic Recovery Programme – expected co-­‐financing of 100 million EUR.

50% Financed  by  Energinet.dk

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-218

Tie-in of Norwegian off-shore natural gas transmission system to Danish off-shore natural gas infrastructure

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Maersk Oil  and  Gas  A/S

Operator

Maersk Oil  and  Gas  A/S

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs TBD (50%)  

None

TBD (50%)  

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME Considered  TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Construction

2013

Commissioning

2014 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +175,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d)

+100,00

Expected Load  Factor

80,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Statpipe -­‐  NO  /  Harald  platform  -­‐  DK

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 100,00

From Zone

To Zone

Supplier Norway

NP Send-­‐out  Denmark

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

To connect  the  Norwegian  off  shore  natural  gas  infrastructure  (Statpipe)  with  the  Danish  off-­‐shore  natural  gas  infrastructure (Harald  platform).

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Norwegian  off  shore  system  and  Danish/Swedish/German  market),  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Denmark),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Estonia

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


LNG-N-079

Paldiski LNG Terminal

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Balti Gaas  plc

Operator

Balti Gaas  plc

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Mul=lateral Financing  (33,34%)  

Yes

IGAs

Public Financing   (33,33%)  

None

Web Link

www.baltigaas.eu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (33,33%)  

Bal= Gaas  LLC  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q4

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2015 Q2

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2015 Q3

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not Relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

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Paldiski LNG  Terminal +2,60 +180.000,00 +25,00 160.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Paldiski LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 275,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Estonia

Hub Estonia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

LNG regasification  terminal  for  regional  use  on  the  Pakri  peninsula  on  the  Easern  coast  of  the  Baltic  Sea

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (  Estonia,  Latvia,  Finland  with  Balticconnector),  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (Estonia),  N-­‐1  Regional  (Baltics  and  Finland  with  Balticconnector),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-146

Tallinn LNG Terminal

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Elering

Operator

Vopak /  Elering

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs Investment, Royal   Vopak  (50%)  

None

Investment, Elering  AS   (50%)  

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q2

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2017 Q3

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2017 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Tallinn LNG  terminal +2,90 +90.000,00 +8,00 75.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Tallinn LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 88,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Estonia

Hub Estonia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Conventional LNG  import  terminal  for  improving  Baltic  as  well  as  Finnish  security  of  sypply  nad  serving  commercial  customers.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Estonia), N-­‐1 Regional (Baltic + Finland), Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐gas, Biogas, As Tallinn LNG terminal includes facilities  for  bunkering,  it  contributes  for  ECA  regulation  implementation

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-072

Balticconnector (Including CS)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Vörguteenus

Operator

Vörguteenus

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs Gasum Oy  (50%)  

None

Ees8 Gaas  AS  (50%)  

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2014 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+127,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+35,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+79,80

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

70,00%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

2


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Inkoo (FI)  /  Undetermined  (EE)  -­‐  Balticconnector

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 79,80 79,80

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Finland Hub  Estonia

Hub Estonia Hub  Finland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  will  establish  the  first  interconnection  between  Finland  and  Estonia.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Estonia,  Finland),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (Estonia,  Finland),  Market  integration  through  connecting  the  Estonian  and  Finnish  market

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-084

Karksi GMS

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Vörguteenus

Operator

Vörguteenus

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Ees8 Gaas  AS  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2014 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+35,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+94,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

70,00%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Karksi

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 94,00 94,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Estonia Hub  Latvia

Hub Latvia Hub  Estonia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Uppgrade of  interconnection  pipeline  by  installation  of  compressor  station  and  new  metering  equipment

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Estonia,  Finland,  Latvia),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (Estonia,  Latvia)

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Finland

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-023

Balticconnector (FI-EE)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gasum Oy

Operator

Gasum Oy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None Private Financing   (50,00%)  

Web Link

www.gasum.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Public Financing   (50,00%)  

Year Funding  Granted

Gasum Oy  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME Considered  TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

FID

2014

Construction

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+80,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+20,00

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Inkoo (FI)  /  Undetermined  (EE)  -­‐  Balticconnector

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 79,80 79,80

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Finland Hub  Estonia

Hub Estonia Hub  Finland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Biogas Balticconnector is a project targeted to interconnect markets around the northern Baltic Sea. It will enable two-­‐way gas flows between Finland and Estonia and provide more gas supply capacity and flexibility for the whole region. Together with  Finngulf  LNG  terminal,  it  improves  the  security  of  gas  supply  of  Finland  and  Baltic  Countries.   Together  with  Balticconnector,  Finngulf  LNG  terminal  makes  it  possible  to  diversify  the  gas  sourcing  from  international  LNG  markets  and  thus  improve  the  security  of  gas  supply  of  Finland  and  Baltic  Countries.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Balticconnector 50%

Balticconnector 50%

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-024

Finngulf

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gasum Oy

Operator

Gasum Oy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None Private Financing   (50,00%)  

Web Link

www.gasum.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Public Financing   (50,00%)  

Year Funding  Granted

Gasum Oy  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME Considered  TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

End of  permitting  phase

Regasification facility

FID

2014

Construction

Expected volume  (bcm/y) Storage  capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2018 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

+1,00 +300.000,00 +19,20 150.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Finngulf LNG

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 211,20

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Finland

Hub Finland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Biogas  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Finngulf LNG  50%

Finngulf LNG  50%

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-277

Pansio LNG

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gasum Oy

Operator

Gasum Oy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.gasum.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Gasum Oy  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Regasification  facility

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013 Q4

Construction

Expected volume  (bcm/y) Storage  capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

+0,11 +30.000,00

15.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

No

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Finland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Business orientation:  Marine  use  and  small  facilities  outside  natural  gas  network  (Terminal  is  not  connected  to  natural  gas  network)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  Regional,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-194

Tornio ManGa LNG Terminal project

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

Ruukki Oyj  (25%)  

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

OutoKompu Oyj

Operator

OutoKompu Oyj

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Others (25%)  

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests EPV  Oyj  (25%)  

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Outokumpu Oyj  (25%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

Undefined (100,00%)  

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2013 Q3

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2014 Q1

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

+140.000,00 +0,00 45.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Tornio ManGa  LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,03

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Finland(North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The Manga Ltd LNG terminal will supply natural gas into market areas and industrial companies which currently do not have access to gas via pipeline networks i.e. Northern and Central parts of Finland and Sweden. The terminal is located in Tornio,  at  the  border  of  Finland  and  Sweden.  Several  Finnish  and  Swedish  companies  are  interested  in  the  project  among  them  Outokumpu,  which  plans  to  use  LNG  in  its  production  processes  both  in  Sweden  and  in  Finland.

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security  of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Northern  Scandinavia,  Sweden,  Finland  and  Norway),  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables, -­‐  Increases  the  competitiveness  of  the  Northern  EU  and  its  industry  and  securing  Nordic  raw  materials  for  the  manufacturing  of  industrial  and  consumer  goods  in  NW  and  Continental -­‐  Europe  at  economical  prices  (incl.  metals,  chemical  and  pulp  &  paper).  Improves  the  security  of  supply  within  the  Northern  EU  –  no  energy  islands. -­‐  Reduces  environmental  pollution  and  CO2/NOx  –emissions  (replaces  LPG,  oil,  peat  and  coal). -­‐  Supports  EU  transportation  policies,  TEN-­‐T,  and  Motorways  of  the  Sea  programme  and  SECA  regulations  within  the  Baltic  Sea. -­‐  Enhances  the  use  of  LNG  in  maritime  transport  in  the  region  –  provides  ship  vessel  bunkering  availability. -­‐    Satisfies  energy  needs  and  demands  both  in  Sweden  and  in  Finland  -­‐  100%  alignment  with  the  Northern  dimension  of  the  EU.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


France

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


LNG-F-210

Dunkerque LNG Terminal

FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

TOTAL (10%)  

Promoter

EdF

Operator

Dunkerque LNG

FLUXYS (25%)  

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

EDF (65%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2010 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2011 Q2

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

2011 Q3

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

100%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

100%

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Dunkerque LNG +13,00 +570.000,00 +45,60 267.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Dunkerque LNG  /  FRn Dunkerque  LNG  /  Avringem  -­‐  BE Dunkerque  LNG

Yes Yes Yes

exit exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 519,00 270,00 501,60

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  North) LNG  Terminals  France(PEG  North) LNG  Terminals  France(PEG  North)

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  North) Hub  Belgium Hub  France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

LNG regasification  Facility  located  in  Dunkirk

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-204

Salins des Landes

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

EdF

Operator

EDF

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

EDF (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Storage  facility

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2016 Q2

Working volume  (mcm)

+600,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2016 Q3

Injectability (mcm/d)

+10,42

Commissioning

2021 Q1

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+20,16

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Salins des  Landes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Salins des  Landes

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 114,62 221,76

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(TIGF) Storage  France(TIGF)

Storage France(TIGF) Hub  France(TIGF)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Salins des  Landes  is  a  fast-­‐cylce  storage  project  in  salt  cavern  located  in  South-­‐West  France

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (France and Spain), N-­‐1 National (In case of supply disruption, Salins des Landes will provide short-­‐term deliverability to ensure demand is met), N-­‐1 Regional (North-­‐South West priority corridor), Back-­‐ up for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-227

Fos Cavaou LNG Terminal Expansion

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Elengy

Operator

Fosmax LNG

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fosmax-­‐lng.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Fosmax LNG  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q4

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q4

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2016 Q2

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2020 Q2

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Fos Cavaou  LNG  Terminal +8,25 +220.000,00 +28,00 270.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos Cavaou

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 308,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  project  aims  to  expand  the  LNG  terminal  capacity  from  8.25  to  16.5  bcm/a  through  the  construction  of  regasification  units  and  storage  tanks.

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security  of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (France),  N-­‐1  Regional  (France,  Germany,  Switzerland,  Italy  (Northern)),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables Thanks to its location, Fos Cavaou LNG terminal is an excellent entry gate in Western Europe for LNG coming from the Mediterranean basin and the Middle East (which represent more than 45% of the world LNG production), toward the core of the European gas market in particular France, Germany as well as Switzerland and Northern Italy (through Switzerland). Indeed, LNG has the tremendous advantage of being able to be efficiently delivered at the nearest of the gas consumption areas, by optimizing pipeline and sea transportation. Moreover, the recent development of reloading services has significantly increased the fonctionalities of the LNG terminals, enabling them to offer possibilities equivalent to  reverse  flows,  in  addition  to  the  classical  uses.   From the Market Integration point of view, the project will strongly contribute to linking Northern and Southern European markets, through the hubs to which it give access in the North (France, Germany, Switzerland, Northern Italy), and through "flexible floating pipeline", ie ship tranfers, from and to the South (Spain, Italy, Greece, Malta in the future). In addition, the project will also enable to free up significant part of the already existing / under construction pipeline interconnection  capacity  between  Spain  and  France,  so  that  this  capacity  can  be  first  and  foremost  utilized  for  short  term  trading. The  project  will  also  contribute  to:   -­‐  an  increase  of  the  competition,   -­‐  the  development  of  shortsea  LNG  trading, -­‐  the  development  of  ECA  (Emission  Controlled  Area)  zones  in  the  Northern  part  of  the  Mediterranean  sea

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-255

Fos Tonkin LNG expansion

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

no

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 80,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Only core  system  developments  are  needed  for  this  expansion  :  they  will  depend  on  the  other  entry  capacity  increases  in  the  South  zone

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-225

Montoir LNG Terminal Expansion

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Elengy

Operator

Elengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.elengy.com/en/projects/montoir-­‐extension.html

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Elengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q1

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2015 Q2

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2018 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Montoir LNG  Terminal +6,50 +190.000,00 +20,00 265.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Montoir de  Bretagne

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 220,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  North)

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  project  aims  to  expand  the  LNG  terminal  capacity  from  10  to  16.5  bcm/y  through  the  construction  of  regasification  units  and  storage  tanks.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (France), N-­‐1 Regional (France, Germany, Benelux countries, Switzerland, Italy (Northern)), Back-­‐up for renewables, Thanks to its location, Montoir LNG terminal is, from every points of view, one of the best entry gate in Western Europe for LNG coming from all over the world toward the core of the European gas market in particular France, Germany as well as  Switzerland  and  Northern  Italy  (through  Switzerland).  In  particular,  the  project  is  very  well  located  to  receive  LNG  from  North  America  where  LNG  liquefaction  should  develop  rapidly.   Indeed,  LNG  has  the  tremendous  advantage  of  being  able  to  be  efficiently  delivered  at  the  nearest  of  the  gas  consumption  areas,  by  optimizing  pipeline  and  sea  transportation.   Moreover, the recent development of reloading services has significantly increased the fonctionalities of the LNG terminals, enabling them to offer possibilities equivalent to reverse flows, in addition to the classical uses. The project will strongly contribute to linking Northern and Southern European markets, through the hubs to which it give access in the North (France, Germany, Benelux countries, Switzerland, Northern Italy), and through "flexible floating pipeline", ie ship tranfers, from and to the South (in particular Spain and Portugal). The project will also enable to free up significant part of the already existing / under construction pipeline interconnection capacity between Spain and France, so that this  capacity  can  be  first  and  foremost  utilized  for  short  term  trading. In  addition  to  the  above,  the  project  will  also  contribute  to  (see  below)  :   -­‐  the  reinforcement  of    the  competition,   -­‐  the  development  of  shortsea  LNG  trading, -­‐  the  development  of  ECA  (Emission  Controlled  Area)  zones  on  the  Western    Atlantic  coast

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-223

Fos Faster LNG Terminal

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Shell (10%)  

Promoter

Fos Faster  LNG

Operator

Faster

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fosfaster.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Vopak (90%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2019

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2015

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2019

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not yet

Commissioning

2019

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Fos Faster +8,00 +360.000,00 +24,00 270.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos Faster

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 264,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  aims  to  build  a  new  LNG  terminal  at  Fos-­‐sur-­‐Mer  near  Marseille  in  France  with  an  intial  8bcm/a  capacity  (up  to  16  bcm/a)  allowing  all  type  of  LNG  carriers.   Our  projected  terminal  is  dedicated  to  be  an  independent,  opened  and  multi-­‐customers  terminal,  including  aa  full  range  of  small  scale  services

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (South Of France), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (France), N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, to diversify the sources of supply, to debottleneck the South  of  France,  to  open  an  independent  and  multi  customers  terminal  and  thus  contribute  to  the  market  opening,  to  support  the  SECA  initiative  in  the  Mediterranean  Sea  (small  scale  and  LNG  as  transport  fuel)

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-036

Arc de Dierrey

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Public Financing   (12,00%)  

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Private Financing   (88,00%)  

Core system   developments,  GRTgaz   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2011 Q4 2015 2015  Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +308,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This core  system  development  is  necessary  for  several  projects  in  the  North  (Dunkerque  LNG  terminal,  Merger  of  the  North  and  South  zones,  Exit  capacity  increase  at  Oltingue,  Reverse  capacity  at  Obergailbach,  etc.)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-048

Developments for Montoir LNG terminal expansion at 12,5bcm - 1

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz        (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+63,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+10,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Montoir de  Bretagne

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  North)

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This entry  capacity  increase  at  Montoir  only  needs  specific  developments.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-258

Developments for Montoir LNG terminal expansion at 16,5bcm - 2

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz        (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2021

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +200,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Montoir de  Bretagne

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 125,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  North)

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This entry  capacity  increase  at  Montoir  needs  specific  developments  and  core  system  developments  (New  line  between  Chemery  and  Dierrey).  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-038

Developments for the Dunkerque LNG new terminal

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2011 Q4

Construction

2015

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

2 +142,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Dunkerque LNG  /  FRn

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 250,00

From Zone

To Zone

Fork France(Dunkerque  LNG)

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The connection  of  the  terminal  needs  spécific  transmission  system  developement  and  core  system  developements  (Arc  de  Dierrey)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-254

Developments for the Fos faster LNG new terminal

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +30,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos

Yes No

entry entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 255,00 383,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South) LNG  Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In addition  to  this  specific  connection,  the  reinforcement  of  the  core  transmission  system  is  also  needed  (ERIDAN,  East  Lyonnais  pipeline,Bourgogne  and/or  compressions  depending  on  the  developments  already  realized)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-043

Developments to merge GRTgaz North and South zones

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Core system   developments,  GRTgaz         (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +190,00 +9,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Liaison Nord  Sud

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 999,00 999,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North) Hub  France(PEG  North)

Hub France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In addition  to  the  core  transmission  system  reinforcement  projects,  Arc  de  Dierrey  in  the  North  and  ERIDAN  in  the  South,  this  merger  needs  the  looping  of  the  Bourgogne  pipeline  (between  Etrez  and  Voisines)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-037

Entry capacity increase from Belgium to France

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Public Financing   (10,00%)  

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Private Financing   (90,00%)  

French secFon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz    (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2012 2010  Q2

Construction

2013

Commissioning

2013 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+51,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+8,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Blarégnies (BE)  /  Taisnières  (H)  (FR)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 50,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Belgium

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Transmission systems  development(s)  in  FR  (and  BE)  to  increase  entry  capacity  in  FR  at  Taisnières  (from  590  to  640  GWh/d)  -­‐  OS  in  2009/2010

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-041

Eridan

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Public Financing   (15,00%)  

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Private Financing   (85,00%)  

Core system   developments,  GRTgaz       (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2011

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2016

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2016

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1 +220,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This development  of  the  core  transmission  system,  Saint  Martin  de  Crau  -­‐  Saint  Avit  pipeline,  is  necessary  for  entry/exit  capacity  increases  in  the  South  zone  and  to  merge  the  North  an  South  zones.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

EEPR

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-253

Est Lyonnais pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Core system   developments,  GRTgaz       (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +170,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This development  of  the  core  transmision  system  is  necessary  to  develop  entry  capacity  in  the  South  (Fos  Projects,  IP  with  spain,  storages)  and  contribute  to  the  South-­‐North  corridor  in  Western  Europe

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-046

Exit capacity increase to CH at Oltingue

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

French secFon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz        (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

2

+30,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Oltingue (FR)  /  Rodersdorf  (CH)

Yes No

exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 100,00 40,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North) Hub  France(PEG  North)

Hub Switzerland Hub  Switzerland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Specific transmission  system  develpements  to  increase  exit  capacity  to  CH  (design  to  confirm  according  to  the  market  demand)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-255

Fos Tonkin LNG expansion

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

no

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 80,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Only core  system  developments  are  needed  for  this  expansion  :  they  will  depend  on  the  other  entry  capacity  increases  in  the  South  zone

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-269

Fosmax (Cavaou) LNG expansion

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

no

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Specific developments,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2020

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Fos

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 327,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Only core  system  developments  are  needed  for  this  expansion  :  they  will  depend  on  the  other  entry  capacity  increases  in  the  South  zone

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-256

Iberian-French corridor: Eastern Axis-Midcat Project (CS Montpellier and CS Saint Martin de Crau)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

GRTgaz sec=on  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz    (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2020

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1

+30,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

PIR MIDI

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 230,00 80,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(TIGF) Hub  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South) Hub  France(TIGF)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

GRTgaz contribution to develop a new FR-­‐ES IP on the Eastern axis -­‐MidCat. In addition to these specific developments, the reinforcement of the core transmission system is also needed (ERIDAN, East Lyonnais pipeline, Bourgogne and/or compressions depending  on  the  developments  already  realized)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-039

Iberian-French corridor: Western Axis (CS Chazelles)

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None Private Financing   (50,00%)  

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com#http://www.grtgaz.com#

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Public Financing   (50,00%)  

Year Funding  Granted

GRTgaz secBon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz    (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2012 2010  Q1

Construction

2013

Commissioning

2013 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

+36,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

PIR MIDI

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 175,00 70,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(TIGF) Hub  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South) Hub  France(TIGF)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

GRTgaz contribution  to  the  transmission  systems  developments  to  develop  FR-­‐ES  IP  at  Larrau  and  Biriatou,  OS  in  2009/2010

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-042

New interconnection IT-FR to connect Corsica

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

French secFon,   GRTgaz        (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

2 +320,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Porto-­‐Vecchio

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 20,00

From Zone

To Zone

Interconnector GALSI

Hub France(Corsica)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This project  is  linked  to  the  GALSI  project  and  includes  an  offshore  pipeline  from  Sardinia  to  Corsica  and  onshore  pipelines  in  Corsica

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Access  to  Natural  gas  for  Corsica

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Expected

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-044

New interconnection to Luxembourg

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

French secFon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz        (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2013

Construction

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW)

Commissioning

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

2 +71,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

New IP  France/Luxemburg

Yes Yes

exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 40,00 9,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North) Hub  France(PEG  North)

Hub Luxemburg Hub  Luxemburg

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Project design  to  finalised  according  to  the  OS

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-257

New line Between Chemery and Dierrey

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Core system   developments,  GRTgaz         (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2021

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +210,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This core  system  development  develop  West-­‐East  capacity  transit  necessary  for  Montoir  LNG  terminal  expansion2  and  firm  reverse  flow  to  Germany

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-045

Reverse capacity from CH to FR at Oltingue

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com#http://www.grtgaz.com#

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

French secBon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz  -­‐-­‐   Infrastructure  Projects   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +87,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Oltingue (FR)  /  Rodersdorf  (CH)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 100,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Switzerland

Hub France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Developements needed  to  create  this  reverse  capacity

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-040

Reverse capacity from France to Belgium at Veurne

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

French secFon,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2012 Q2

Construction

2015

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +26,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

New IP  FR-­‐BE    (FR)  /  Alveringem-­‐Maldegem  (BE)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 270,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North)

Hub Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

New IP  near  Veurne  between  GRTgaz  and  Fluxys  with  capacity  from  FR  to  BE

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-047

Reverse capacity from France to Germany at Obergailbach

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GRTgaz

Operator

GRTgaz

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.grtgaz.com/en/home/major-­‐projects/plan-­‐decennal/10-­‐ year-­‐development/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

French secFon  -­‐   Specific  developments,   GRTgaz      (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+60,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+42,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Medelsheim (DE)  /  Obergailbach  (FR)

Yes No No

exit exit exit

Medelsheim (DE)  /  Obergailbach  (FR)

Capacity (GWh/d) 100,00 250,00 180,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  North) Hub  France(PEG  North) Hub  France(PEG  North)

Hub Germany(NCG) Hub  Germany Hub  Germany(NCG)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

This project  includes  pipelines  (including  compression)  and  changes  in  the  odorisation  system  (replacing  odoristaion  stations  at  the  entry  of  the  transmission  system  by  odorisation  stations  at  the  entry  of  the  regional  networks)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-003

Etrez / Manosque

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+2,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+7,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2014

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Etrez /Manosque  Gas  Storage +120,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Etrez/Manosque

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 77,00 22,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South) Storage  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Extension of  the  exisiting  salt  cavity  storage  facilities.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market Integration  (Increase  of  competition) The  project  will  contribute  to  the  increase  of  storage  capacity  in  France,  which  will  enhance  security  of  supply  and  provide  more  flexibility  to  the  market  thus  facilitating  competition

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-264

Etrez / Manosque - Stage 2

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+9,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+28,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Etrez /Manosque  Gas  Storage +480,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Etrez/Manosque

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 308,00 99,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(PEG  South) Storage  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Extension of  the  exisiting  salt  cavity  storage  facilities.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market Integration  (Increase  of  competition) The  project  will  contribute  to  the  increase  of  storage  capacity  in  France,  which  will  enhance  security  of  supply  and  provide  more  flexibility  to  the  market  thus  facilitating  competition

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-F-265

Hauterives - Stage 2

FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted 2002 Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

+40,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+0,80

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+3,20

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2015 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Hauterives


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Hauterives

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 8,80 35,20

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  South) Storage  France(PEG  South)

Storage France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Development of  a  new  salt  cavity  storage.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-F-004

Hauterives Storage Project - Stage 1

FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted 2002 Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

+60,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+1,20

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+4,80

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2014 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Hauterives


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Hauterives

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 13,20 52,80

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  South) Storage  France(PEG  South)

Storage France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Development of  a  new  salt  cavity  storage.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-250

Artère de Guyenne (Phase B Girland Project)

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

TIGF

Operator

TIGF

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.tigf.fr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

TIGF (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2013

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2010

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+58,00

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+5,50


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

PIR MIDI

No No Yes Yes

entry exit exit entry

PIR MIDI

Capacity (GWh/d) 185,00 180,00 175,00 70,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub France(PEG  South) Hub  France(TIGF) Hub  France(TIGF) Hub  France(PEG  South)

Hub France(TIGF) Hub  France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  South) Hub  France(TIGF)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

It's a  DN  900  and  58  km  long  pipeline  that  conects  the  UGS  of  Lussagnet  with  Captieux  with  an  additional  compression  at  Sauveterre  (that's  not  decided  yet)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-251

Artère de l'Adour (former Euskadour) (FR-ES interconnection)

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

TIGF

Operator

TIGF

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.artere-­‐adour-­‐tigf.fr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Arcangues-­‐Coudures, TIGF  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +95,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Biriatou (FR)  /  Irun  (ES)

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00 60,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Spain Hub  France(TIGF)

Hub France(TIGF) Hub  Spain

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

It's a  24"  and  95  km  long  pipeline  between  Arcangues  and  Coudures  that  will  allow  to  conect  (using  the  existing  infrastructure)  the  UGS  of  Lussagnet  with  the  Spanish  frontier.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply This  project  will  create  the  bidirectional  gas  flow  between  France  and  Spain  by  increasing  the  transport  capacity

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-252

Iberian-French corridor: Eastern Axis-Midcat Project

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

TIGF

Operator

TIGF

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.tigf.fr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

TIGF    (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+148,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+10,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2020

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

2


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Le Perthus

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 230,00 80,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Spain Hub  France(TIGF)

Hub France(TIGF) Hub  Spain

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In the French side, it's composed by a 120 km long pipeline between the frontier (near Le Perthus) and the CS of Barbaira, the instalation of an aditional compression of 10 MW at Barbaira, and a 28 km long pipeline between Lupiac and Baran (Artère  du  Gascogne).

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Germany

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-241

MONACO section phase I (Burghausen-Finsing)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

bayernets GmbH

Operator

bayernets GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

1

Web Link

www.bayernets.de/start_netzinformation_en.aspx?int_nam e=_73792

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

0, bayernets  GmbH   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2014  Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS Total  Pipeline  Length  (km)

Construction

2017 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

2017 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

FEED

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1 +90,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Tauerngasleitung /  Austria Penta-­‐West  /Überackern SÜDAL  /  Burghausen Storage  Haiming Storage  7Fields

No No No No No

exit exit exit exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

From Zone

To Zone Interconnector  Tauerngas  Leitung Hub  Austria Hub  Austria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Pipeline project

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security of Supply, Market integration, The MONACO project is divided in two phases: 1. Burghausen-­‐Finsing and 2. Finsing-­‐Amerdingen. The new pipeline is targeted to link areas of high demand in Germany and further westwards with liquid gas sources in and through Austria (Überackern/Burghausen at the Austrian border, Penta-­‐West, WAG, MEGAL, Hub CEGH Baumgarten) and of Italy (via TGL pipeline, planned to deliver mainly LNG gas northwards). The project increases  physical  flow  capacity  between  these  market  areas  and  therefore  contributes  to  market  integration,  as  well  as  accelerating  competition  through  the  increased  diversification  of  sources  and  diversification  of  routes. The project will also provide better access of large Austrian gas reservoirs Haidach and 7 UGS to Germany and further westwards. It thus enhances the resilience of the gas network, shows positive impact on the remaining flexibility of the system  and  therefore  contributes  to  Security  of  Supply  in  Europe.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-240

MONACO section phase II (Finsing-Amerdingen)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

bayernets GmbH

Operator

bayernets GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

1

Web Link

www.bayernets.de/start_netzinformation_en.aspx?int_nam e=_73792

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

0, bayernets  GmbH   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2016  Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS Total  Pipeline  Length  (km)

Construction

2018 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

2018 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1 +130,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Penta-­‐West /Überackern Tauerngasleitung  /  Austria SÜDAL  /  Burghausen Storage  7Fields Storage  Haiming

No No No No No

exit exit exit exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00

From Zone

To Zone Hub  Austria Interconnector  Tauerngas  Leitung

Hub Austria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Pipeline project

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security of Supply, Market integration, The MONACO project is divided in two phases: 1. Burghausen-­‐Finsing and 2. Finsing-­‐Amerdingen. The new pipeline is targeted to link areas of high demand in Germany and further westwards with liquid gas sources in and through Austria (Überackern/Burghausen at the Austrian border, Penta-­‐West, WAG, MEGAL, Hub CEGH Baumgarten) and of Italy (via TGL pipeline, planned to deliver mainly LNG gas northwards). The project increases  physical  flow  capacity  between  these  market  areas  and  therefore  contributes  to  market  integration,  as  well  as  accelerating  competition  through  the  increased  diversification  of  sources  and  diversification  of  routes. The project will also provide better access of large Austrian gas reservoirs Haidach and 7 UGS to Germany and further westwards. It thus enhances the resilience of the gas network, shows positive impact on the remaining flexibility of the system  and  therefore  contributes  to  Security  of  Supply  in  Europe.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-207

Bretella

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys

Operator

Fluxys TENP  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Fluxys TENP  GmbH   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1 +11,00

+260,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Eynatten (BE)  //  Lichtenbusch  /  Raeren  (DE)  (Fluxys  TENP)

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 260,00 260,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Belgium Hub  Germany(NCG)

Hub Germany(NCG) Hub  Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Building an  additional  pipeline  between  Stolberg  and  Eynatten  to  increase  bi-­‐directional  flow  from  the  TENP  system  to  Fluxys  Belgium.  This  is  part  of  a  high  case  scenario  of  the  Reverse  Flow  project.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-208

Reverse Flow TENP Germany

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Fluxys

Operator

Fluxys TENP  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Fluxys TENP  GmbH   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1

+252,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Wallbach (Fluxys  TENP/FluxSwiss) Stolberg

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 252,00 108,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Switzerland Hub  Germany(NCG)

Hub Germany(NCG) Hub  Germany(Gaspool)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Reversing the  TENP  pipeline  to  be  able  to  source  gas  from  the  south  (Italy)  into  the  north  of  Europe.  This  project  will  reverse  compressor  stations  and  will  add  compression  capacity  in  Stolberg.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-249

Extension of GASCADE grid in the context of the Nord Stream (on-shore) project

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GASCADE Gastransport  GmbH

Operator

GASCADE Gastransport  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  European  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.gascade.de

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Gascade (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

0

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

0

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2012  Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+105,00

2013 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+61,00

2014 Q1

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

Permitting

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Expected Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Bunde (DE)  /  Oude  Statenzijl  (H)  (NL)  (GASCADE) Eynatten  (BE)  //  Lichtenbusch  /  Raeren  (DE)  (GASCADE)

Yes Yes

exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 285,00 100,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Germany(Gaspool) Hub  Germany(Gaspool)

Hub Netherlands Hub  Belgium

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Construction of  approximately  105  km  pipelines  (mainly  loops)  and  increase  of  compressor  stations  power  (about  61  MW)  to  enhance  capacity  of  existing  pipelines.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  routes,  Extension  of  transport  capacity  of  Russian  gas  to  the  West,  Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-231

Extension of existing gas transmission capacity in the direction to Denmark - 1. Step

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gasunie Deutschland  Transport  Services  GmbH

Operator

Gasunie Deutschland  Transport  Services  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.gasunie.de

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Gasunie Deutschland   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2014 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1

+15,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Ellund (GUD)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 50,81

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Germany(Gaspool)

Hub Denmark

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration Better  connection  of  the  gas  hubs  (TTF  in  the  Netherlands  and  market  area  GASPOOL  in  Germany);  Compensation  of  the  depletion  of  Danish  gas  fields  and  better  connection  of  gas  hubs;  Connection  of  new  storages  to  the  GUD-­‐grid.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-232

Extension of existing gas transmission capacity in the direction to Denmark - 2. Step

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gasunie Deutschland  Transport  Services  GmbH

Operator

Gasunie Deutschland  Transport  Services  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.gasunie.de

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Gasunie Deutschland   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+63,50

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+16,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2015 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

2


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Ellund (GUD)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 40,56

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Germany(Gaspool)

Hub Denmark

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration Better  connection  of  the  gas  hubs  (TTF  in  the  Netherlands  and  market  ared  GASPOOL  in  Germany);  Compensation  of  the  depletion  of  Danish  gas  fields  and  better  connection  of  gas  hubs;  Connection  of  new  storages  to  the  GUD-­‐grid.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-244

Stepwise change-over to physical H-gas operation of L-gas networks

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Open Grid  Europe  GmbH

Operator

Open Grid  Europe  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.open-­‐grid–europe.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

OGE (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2020

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW)

2020

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Stepwise  change-­‐over  to  physical  H-­‐gas  operation  of  L-­‐gas  networks  (due  to  decreasing  L-­‐gas  supply) EXPECTED  BENEFITS Security  of  Supply,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition) A  decline  in  availability  of  L-­‐gas  necessitates  action. Open Season 2008: The project prioritisation process has been carried out in a non-­‐discriminatory manner based on criteria suggested by BNetzA. It takes into account the factors competition, security of supply, as well as network efficiency.  Capacities  were  allotted  to  new  market  entrants.  North-­‐south  and  west-­‐east  de-­‐bottlenecking  strengthens  security  of  supply. Future projects: The overall economic benefit of a physical change-­‐over from L (low calorific) to H-­‐gas (high calorific) is higher than permanent conversion. Furthermore, enabling access of storage and gas fired power stations to the network  necessitates  investments.  These  measures  also  serve  both  market  integration  and  security  of  supply.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


System enhancements, including the connection of gas-fired power plants, storages and the integration of power to gas facilities

TRA-N-243

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Open Grid  Europe  GmbH

Operator

Open Grid  Europe  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.open-­‐grid–europe.com

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

OGE (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2020

Total Pipeline  Length  (km) Total  Compressor  Power  (MW)

2020

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Extension of the gas grid infrastructure according to the outcomes of the German Network Development Plan in line with demand forecasts and the optimisation of the overall economy, including the expansion and reversion of compressor stations  and  a  feasibility  study  on  the  integration  of  power  to  gas  facilities  into  the  transmission  system.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Energy  turnaround:  stabilisation  and  better  interlinkage  with  power  grid,  back-­‐up  for  renewable  energies

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-049

Behringen Gas Storage

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy Deutschland  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy Deutschland   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+7,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+14,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Behringen Gas  Storage +1.000,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Behringen

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 154,00 77,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Germany Hub  Germany(Gaspool)

Hub Germany(Gaspool) Storage  Germany

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Development of  a  new  storage  facility  in  a  depleted  gas  field.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-001

Harsefeld

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy Deutschland  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy Deutschland   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+3,60

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+3,60

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2019 Q2

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Harsefled Gas  Storage +120,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Harsefeld

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 39,60 39,60

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Germany Hub  Germany(Gaspool)

Hub Germany(Gaspool) Storage  Germany

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Extension of  the  existing  salt  cavity  storage  facility  in  Germany

EXPECTED BENEFITS

SoS, Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition) The  project  will  contribute  to  the  increase  of  storage  capacity  in  France,  which  will  enhance  security  of  supply  and  provide  more  flexibility  to  the  market  thus  facilitating  competition.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-005

Peckensen Gas Storage

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy Deutschland  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy Deutschland   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+3,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+10,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2017 Q2

Last completed  Phase  :

Construction

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Peckensen Storage +280,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Peckensen

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 33,00 110,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Germany(Gaspool) Storage  Germany

Storage Germany Hub  Germany(Gaspool)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Extension of  the  existing  salt  cavity  gas  storage.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Western and Central Europe), Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Germany), N-­‐1 Regional (Western and Central Europe), Back-­‐up for renewables, Apart from the benefits listed above, the projects will contribute to increased flexibility of the system which will have a positive impact on both market integration and security of supply. Thanks to its location (on the link between the NGC market area and the Gaspool market area), the project will  have  a  positive  expected  influence  on  price  convergence  and  arbitrage  opportunities.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-228

Nordschwarzwaldleitung

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

terranets bw  GmbH

Operator

terranets bw  GmbH

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

terranets bw  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2016 Planned

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Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +70,00

+8,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

pipeline between  Au  am  Rhein,  coupling  to  TENP  and  Leonberg/Stuttgart

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Greece

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


LNG-N-129

Aegean LNG Import Terminal

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DEPA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Depa (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2014 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2016 Q1

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not yet

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

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Regasification facility  is  integrated  at   the  FSRU +5,00 +170.000,00 +14,00 150.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Aegean LNG

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 154,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Greece

Hub Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The LNG  import  terminal  will  be  a  FSRU,  located  at  the  North-­‐Eastern  (Northern  Aegean)  area  of  Greece,  with  a  capacity  of  3-­‐5  bcm/y.  It  will  supply  LNG  directly  Greece,  Bulgaria  and  Romania.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas   Being located in the North of Greece provides more balanced LNG supply in the country than the existing Revithousa terminal. The upgrading of the pipline network could be facilitated by creating an additional access point in this particular geographical area. Will make available small quantities LNG for industrial/commercial applications and for use it as a transportation fuel for road, rail and marine applications. The availability of LNG in the South-­‐Eastern Balkan area will increase the use of Natural Gas for electricity production and other big industrial applications, reducing substantially the GHG emissions. As a LNG storage facility, the project will respond to daily increases in demand (short term resilience).

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-189

East Med

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DEPA S.A.

Operator

Future Greek  Trans-­‐Med  TSO

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

DEPA S.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2014 Q4

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2017 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+780,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not yet

Commissioning

2017 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+237,00

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

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2 +3.250,00

1,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Interconnector CY-­‐GR  (Trans-­‐Med)

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 29,00 237,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Greece Hub  Cyprus

Hub Cyprus Hub  Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT An  offshore  natural  gas  pipeline  connecting  the  offshore  natural  gas  fields  in  Levantine  Basin  (Cyprus,  Israel)  to  South  Eastern  Europe  (Bulgaria)  or  to  Italy  via  Greece

EXPECTED BENEFITS Security  of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Cyrpus,  Greece,  Italy,  Bulgaria,  Romania,  Hungary,  FYROM, Serbia,  Albania,  BiH,  Montenegro),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Cyprus,  Greece,  Italy,  Bulgaria),  N-­‐1  Regional  (South  Eastern  Europe  region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables The  main  objective  of  the  project  is  to  capitalise  on  the  recent  offshore  discoveries  of  natural  gas  in  the  Eastern  Mediterranean. As a direct result the pipeline will constitute a supply source for Europe which diversifies the supply source, the supply route and the counterparts to Europe with a capacity of around 8-­‐9bcma. Furthermore, the project aims to avoid other transit  countries  which  are  part  of  the  current  Southern  Gas  Corridor  options  and  further  minimise  the  security  of  supply  risk.   The diversification of supply source and route will enhance significantly the security of supply of Europe, specifically affecting the Southern Gas Corridor Group, the NSI South Eastern and Central Europe Group and the NSI Western Europe Group. The  project  will  promote  the  integration  of  the  market  and  gas  to  gas  competition. The  additional  quantities  from  East  Mediterranean  and  the  alternative  route  will  be  the  perfect  complement  to  the  existing  options  of  the  Southern  Gas  Corridor. Furthermore the project will alleviate the isolation of at least one MS (i.e. Cyprus) as well as possibly contribute to the alleviation of isolations within a MS (as an example the pipeline may allow the opportunity to alleviate the isolation of Crete  from  the  rest  of  the  Greek  national  gas  grid).

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-128

Compressor Station Kipi

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DESFA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.desfa.gr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

DESFA S.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2014

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+38,10

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2018

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+374,00

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

2


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Kipi

Yes Yes

entry entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 102,00 374,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Turkey Hub  Turkey

Hub Greece Hub  Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project aims at increasing the Transported Capacity of NNGS in order to be possible the transmission of natural gas volumes to the Greek and European markets with the use of downstream transmission systems of natural gas, INGS, which are  likely  to  be  developed  in  the  region.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration  (GR-­‐IT-­‐BG-­‐RO),  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (GR),  N-­‐1  Regional  (GR-­‐IT-­‐BG-­‐RO)

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-014

Komotini-Thesprotia pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DESFA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

1

Web Link

www.desfa.gr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 1/04/05 1/04/03

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

2004

KomoDni to  ThesproDa   secDon,  DESFA  S.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+613,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2014

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+58,20

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2018

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+302,70

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

High pressure  pipeline  from  Komotini  to  Thesprotia  area  near  Ionian  coast  along  with  compressor  stations,  operation  and  maintenance  center.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Western Greece), Diversification of sources, The project, together with Greece-­‐Italy interconnector project (sponsored by 3rd parties) will establish an energy corridor between Asian, Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean gas sources and European consumers. The project aims at enhancing the diversification of supply sources at a European level and contributing to the improvement of the Security of Supply level in the region of South Eastern  Europe.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


POW-F-028

Megalopoli pipeline

FID

Interconnection with  a  gas-­‐fired  power  plant SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DESFA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

Public Financing   (35,00%)  

None Mul@lateral Financing  (50,00%)  

Web Link

www.desfa.gr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (15,00%)  

Ag. Theodoroi  to   Megalopoli  sec@on,   DESFA  S.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2008 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2012 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2013 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

2 +166,80

+42,80


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

High pressure  transmission  pipeline,  metering  station  from  Ag.  Theodoroi  to  Megalopoli  for  connection  with  Public  Power  Corporation's  (PPC)  820  MW  gas  fired  power  plant  and  urban/industrial  areas  along  the  routing.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

From NSRF  2007-­‐2013

DESFA's own  equity

EIB loan

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-188

Reverse flow at GR-BG border (Greek part)

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DESFA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

wwwdesfa.gr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Greek sec<on,  DESFA   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2013 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2014 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+33,50

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

80,00%

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Kula (BG)  /  Sidirokastron  (GR)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 33,50

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Greece

Hub Bulgaria

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  of  interventions  at  the  Sidirokastro  Border  Metering  Station  to  allow  the  reverse  flow  and  metering  of  gas.  <font color=black>Similar  (and  more  extended)  interventions  have  to  take  place  at  the  Bulgarian  side  of  the  network

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (BG-­‐RO),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  Regional  (BG-­‐RO)

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-F-147

Revythoussa (2nd upgrade)

FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

DESFA S.A.

Operator

DESFA S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Public Financing   (35,00%)  

None MulMlateral Financing  (50,00%)  

Web Link

www.desfa.gr

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 30/04/10

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet

Private Financing   (15,00%)  

DESFA (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q3

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2010 Q2

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2014 Q1

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Revythoussa LNG  Terminal +2,10 +95.000,00 +5,68 120.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Revythoussa

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 62,48

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Greece

Hub Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  projects  consists  of: -­‐  the  upgrading  of  the  send-­‐out  capacity  from  1000  to  1400  m3/h  (from  14,14  to  19,82  Nm3/d) -­‐  the  upgrading  of  the  storage  capacity  from  130.000  m3  to  225.000  m3  with  the  addition  of  a  3rd  tank -­‐  the  increase  of  maximum  ship  size  from  140.000  to  260.000  m3 EXPECTED  BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (BG-­‐ RO), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (GR), N-­‐1 Regional (BG-­‐ RO), The LNG Terminal at Revythoussa plays significant role regarding the Security of Supply of  gas  in  Greece  and  contributes  to  the  stable  operation  of  NNGS.  The  project  will  enhance  the  above  attitudes  along  with  its  flexibility  for  serving  more  shippers.  It  will  also  increase  the  storage  capacity  of  the  terminal.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Application to  be  submitted  in  1Q  2013

Loan application  not  yet  submitted

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-076

Underground Gas Storage at South Kavala

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Energean Oil  &  Gas  S.A.

Operator

Energean Oil  &  Gas  S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Public Financing   (15,00%)  

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Private Financing   (15,00%)  

Web Link MulJlateral   Financing  (70,00%)  

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 1/02/11

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet

Energean Oil  &  Gas   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Storage  facility

Underground Gas  Storage  at  South   Kavala +360,00

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2016 Q2

Injectability (mcm/d)

+5,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not yet

Commissioning

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+4,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2018

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

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PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  GR  -­‐  DESFA/Energean  Oil&Gas

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00 44,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Greece Storage  Greece

Storage Greece Hub  Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project is aiming to the conversion of the South Kavala offshore natural gas reservoir to an Underground Gas Storage facility. The South Kavala field is an almost depleted reservoir, which is a turbistic sand package at a depth of 1720 m, contained between a sequence of evaporites. The license for the development and operation of the UGS of South Kavala will be attributed through a tender procedure, expected to be launched in 2013 by the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund  (HRADF)  to  which  the  rights  over  the  field  have  been  transferred  by  the  State.  The  right  to  exploit  the  nearly  depleted  gas  field  of  South  Kavala  are  held,  until  2014,  by  a  private  oil  company  (Source  :  DESFA).

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Diversification of sources, N-­‐1 National (Greece), N-­‐1 Regional (Balkans), Back-­‐up for renewables, o Security of Supply, Extension of transport capacity of Russian gas to the West, Integration of Nord Stream off-­‐ and on-­‐ Shore in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-062

Alexandroupolis Independent Natural Gas System - LNG Section

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gastrade S.A.

Operator

Gastrade S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Public Financing   (30,00%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link Private  Financing   (70,00%)  

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

GASTRADE S.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q3

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Alexandroupolis INGS  LNG  -­‐  FSRU +2,60 +170.000,00 +16,80 170.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Alexandropolis LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 184,80

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Greece

Hub Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  comprises  an  offshore  floating  LNG  terminal  (FSRU)  including  mooring,  flex  risers,  PLEM,  etc.  located  permanently  in  the  Sea  of  Thrace,  NE  Greece

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (SEE+Serbia+FYROM), Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Greece), N-­‐1 Regional (SEE+Serbia+FYROM), Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐gas, Extension of transport capacity of  Russian  gas  to  the  West, Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-063

Alexandroupolis Independent Natural Gas System - Pipeline Section

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gastrade S.A.

Operator

Gastrade S.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Public Financing   (30,00%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link Private  Financing   (70,00%)  

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

GASTRADE S.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+268,00

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

30,00%

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +29,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Alexandropolis LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 268,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Greece

Hub Greece

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  is  a  29  km  gas  transmission  pipeline  connecting  the  Alexandroupolis  INGS  LNG  section  (FSRU)  to  the  Greek  Natural  Gas  Transmission  System  (NNGS).  The  pipeline  has  a  25  km  subsea  and  4  km  onshore  sections

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (SEE+Serbia+FYROM), Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Greece), N-­‐1 Regional (SEE+Serbia+FYROM), Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐gas, Extension of transport capacity of  Russian  gas  to  the  West, Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Hungary

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


UGS-N-209

Pusztaederics - Compressor System Reconstruction

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

E.ON Földgaz

Operator

E.ON Hungary  Storage

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

E.ON Hungary  Storage   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q1

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2012 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q2

Injectability (mcm/d)

+2,50

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2013

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+2,90

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Pusztaederics +340,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Pusztaederics

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 31,90 27,50

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Hungary Hub  Hungary

Hub Hungary Storage  Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

To significantly  increase  the  operational  reliability  and  flexibility  of  storage  services  in  the  very  crucial  part  of  the  North/South  Corridor  in  the  Region  towards  Slovenia,  Croatia  and  Serbia. Also  to  generate  ~20%  increased  daily  injection  peak  (0,5  Mm3/d)  and  off  season  operation.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-234

Zsana UGS - Decrease of the minimum injection capacity

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

E.ON Földgaz

Operator

E.ON Hungary  Storage

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

E.ON Hungary  Storage   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2016 Q1

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2015 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2016 Q3

Injectability (mcm/d)

+17,20

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+28,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Zsana +2.140,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  HU  -­‐  FGSZ/E.ON  Hungary

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 308,00 189,20

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Hungary Storage  Hungary

Hub Hungary Hub  Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Flexible operation  down  to  0,24  Mm3/d  and  beyond  the  existing  17,0  Mm3/d.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-019

Csepel connecting pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fgsz.hu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2014 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +20,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

New pipeline  to  Csepel

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Market integration (Budapest region new power plant supply), the Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability,  and  guaranteeing  flow  deliverability  which  will  enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-061

Ercsi-Szazhalombatta

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2016 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +11,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

New pipeline  between  Ercsi  and  Szazhalombatta  nodes,  DN800  PN63,  11  km

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Security  of  Supply  of  Budapest  region,    New  power  plant  supply  at  Budapest  region,  Increase  capacity    Sk>HU  and  HU>SK),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources. The Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability, and guaranteeing flow deliverability which will  enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-065

Hajduszoboszlo CS

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fgsz.hu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2016 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2016 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2016 Q3

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2018 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1

+5,70


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Equipment replacement

EXPECTED BENEFITS

The Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability, and guaranteeing flow deliverability which will enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.    In  particular,  this  project  helps  the  reverse  flow  from  Varösföld  to  Beregdaroc.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-124

Local Odorisation - FGSZ

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fgsz.hu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2015 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Permitting

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

The Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability, and guaranteeing flow deliverability which will enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.    

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-286

Romanian-Hungarian reverse flow Hungarian section

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

0, FGSZ  Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+13,50

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+127,40

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

3


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Csanadpalota

No Yes No

entry entry entry

Csanadpalota

Capacity (GWh/d) 50,90 12,60 127,40

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Romania Hub  Romania Hub  Romania

Hub Hungary Hub  Hungary Hub  Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

New compressor  station  at  Csanádpalota.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (RO  and  HU  markets),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-123

Városföld CS

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fgsz.hu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q3

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2016 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1

+5,70


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Compressor station  extension,  5,7  MW

EXPECTED BENEFITS

o The Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability, and guaranteeing flow deliverability which will enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.      

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-018

Városföld-Ercsi-Győr

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

Operator

FGSZ Natural  Gas  Transmission

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.fgsz.hu

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

FGSZ Natural  Gas   Transmission  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2016 Q3

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q2

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q1

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2015 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +220,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Pipeline between Városföld-­‐Ercsi and Győr nodes, DN1000, PN100, 220 km.This project will enable the Mosonmagyarovar interconnection point to reach its full capacity of 153 GWh/d from Austria to Hungary.It will also enable the Mosonmagyarovar interconnection  point  to  realize  reverse  flow  capacity  up  to  153  GWh/d  from  Hungary  to  Austria  as  well.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Increase AT/HU border capacity, Security of Supply of Western Hungary, new power plant supply, Reverse fllow HU>AT, Increase capacity Sk>HU and HU>SK, Create capacity RO>AT), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, o The Hungarian projects taken as a whole main aim, is to enhance the flexibility of the Hungarian transmission system by connecting to neighbouring systems, ensuring reserves flow availability, and guaranteeing flow deliverability  which  will  enhance  the  transmission  systems  security  of  supply  position  along  with  helping  with  further  market  integration.    

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-195

AGRI Pipeline - Hungarian section

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Magyar Gaz  Tranzit  Zrt.

Operator

MGT Hungarian  Gas  Transit  Ltd.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

1

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Hungarian sec:on,   MVM,SOCAR,GOGC,R OMGAZ  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

no

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2022*

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

East-­‐West Pipeline  RO-­‐HU  (AGRI)

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Romania

Hub Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  is  in  feassibility  phase

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-016

Slovakia - Hungary interconnection

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

eustream, a.s.

Operator

eustream, a.s.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Public Financing   (15,60%)  

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

1

Web Link

www.eustream.sk/en_transmission-­‐system/en_sk-­‐hu-­‐ interconnector

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted

Private Financing   (84,40%)  

Slovakian secDon,   eustream,  a.s.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q1

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2010 Q1

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q2

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2014 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+127,40

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Expected Load  Factor

80,00%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Supply contract

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +115,00 +7,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Balassagyarmat

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 50,90 127,40

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Hungary Hub  Slovakia

Hub Slovakia Hub  Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Creation of  a  missing  interconnection  between  SK  and  HU  and  thus  increase  the  SoS  in  CEE  region,  and  enhance  market  integration  and  functionality.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (CEE  region),  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Slovakia,  Hungary),  N-­‐1  Regional  (CEE  region),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Interconnector Slovakia  –  Hungary:  EEPR:  €  3.3  mil.  

eustream, a.s.

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-196

South Stream Hungary

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Magyar Gaz  Tranzit  Zrt.

Operator

MGT Hungarian  Gas  Transit  Ltd.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs Hungarian sec9on,   MVM  Zrt.  (100%)  

1

Russian sec9on,   Gazprom  (100%)  

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

0

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

0

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

50%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

45%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2015

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS Total  Pipeline  Length  (km)

2014 2015 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Total Compressor  Power  (MW) Maximum  Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +220,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

South Stream  (Bata,  Nagykanizsa)  (HU)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 224,00

From Zone

To Zone

Interconnector South  Stream

Hub Hungary

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Hungarian section  220  km.  DN1400/1200,  Pn  90  bar.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Ireland

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-059

Physical Reverse Flow at Moffat Interconnection Point

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gaslink

Operator

Gaslink

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

BGE(UK) (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2017

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +37,00

+38,50


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Moffat

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 38,50

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Ireland

Hub United  Kingdom

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The interconnection  point  at  Moffat  is  currently  uni-­‐directional  with  gas  flow  from  UK  to  Ireland.  This  project  would  be  to  make  the  Moffat  interconnection  point  bi-­‐directional.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Ireland & UK; Ireland & Northern ireland), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, Back-­‐up for renewables, Biogas, 1.New sources of gas supplies will potentially be available in Ireland and Northern Ireland from 2017 onwards and there may be an over supply for exportation to the UK. In order to enable the physical exportation of gas, physical reverse flow is required at Moffat. 2. Increased participation by  Irish  shippers  in  the  UK  market  facilitates  closer  linkage  to  the  European  market.  3.  Contributes  to  the  viability  of  LNG  and  storage  projects.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-071

Physical Reverse Flow on South North Pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gaslink

Operator

Gaslink

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Gaslink (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2017

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1

+27,60


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Gormanston

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 27,60

From Zone

To Zone

Hub United  Kingdom

Hub Ireland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Currently gas  flow  between  Ireland  &amp;  Northern  Ireland  via  the  South  North  Pipeline  is  uni-­‐directional  (at  the  Gormanston  Interconnection  Point)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Northern Ireland), Reverse Flows, Diversification of routes, Back-­‐up for renewables, Biogas, 1.Physical reverse flow between Ireland and Northern Ireland is beneficial to the development of an integrated market on the island of ireland, having significant importance in the development and operation of a single gas market between both jurisdictions. 2 It would widen the market that is available to Northern Ireland gas market participants.3 Contributes  to  the  viability  of  LNG  and  storage  projects.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-060

Twinning of South West Scotland Onshore System

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gaslink

Operator

Gaslink

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

2

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Bord Gais  Eireann  (UK)   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2015 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +50,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+375,00

Expected Load  Factor

86,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Moffat

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 0,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub United  Kingdom

Hub Ireland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Twinning a  50km  section  of  pipeline  between  Cluden  and  Brighouse  Bay  in  South  West  Scotland.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Increases interoperability between Ireland & UK; Ireland & Northern Ireland; UK & Isle of Man), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Ireland), N-­‐1 Regional (Ireland, Northern Ireland & UK), Biogas, 1.Reinforcing the 50km single section of the SWSOS transmission system guarantees the supply capacity and the security to meet Ireland's future demand requirements in the short, medium and long term.2 Ireland is on the Western peripheral of Europe and is quite isolated from mainland Europe. Ireland would greatly benefit from any infrastructure that would further connect Ireland to the gas system in the UK. It would also remove a  capacity  'bottleneck'  on  the  Interconnection  System;  this  will  increase  the  Technical  Capacity  of  Moffat  Entry  Point  and  subsequently  increase  the  available  firm  capacity  that  can  be  offered  by  the  transporter  to  the  Shippers.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-197

Southwest Kinsale Storage Expansion Project

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Kinsale Energy  Ltd

Operator

Kinsale Energy  Ltd

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.kinsale-­‐energy.ie

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined  (100,00%)  

Kinsale Energy  Ltd   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2014 Q4

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2013 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2015 Q2

Injectability (mcm/d)

+2,80

Exemption granted  ?

Not yet

Commissioning

2015 Q3

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+3,70

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

85%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

100%

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Southwest Kinsale  Gas  StoraŐg e  Expansion +174,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Kinsale Southwest

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 30,80 40,70

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Ireland Hub  Ireland

Storage Ireland Storage  Ireland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  involves  the  expansion  of  the  existing  Southwest  Kinsale  storage  facility  from  226mcm  to  400mcm  through  the  drilling  of  a  new  well  (s)  and  process  equipment  modifications  to  provide  additional  injection  /  withdrawal  capacity

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (Ireland),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-030

Shannon LNG Terminal

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Shannon LNG

Operator

Shannon LNG

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Shannon Pipeline,   Hess  CorporaBon   (100%)  

None

LNG terminal,  Hess   CorporaBon  (100%)  

Web Link

www.shannonlngplanning.ie

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2013

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2013

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

2017

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

2017

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction %  Exemption  in  exit  direction

100%

Last completed  Phase  :

Market test

0%

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Shannon LNG  Limited +3,00 +200.000,00 +10,70 265.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Shannon LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 117,70

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Ireland

Hub Ireland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Shannon  LNG  proposes  to  construct  a  liquefied  natural  gas  (LNG)  terminal  on  the  southern  shore  of  the  Shannon  Estuary  in  County  Kerry,  Ireland.  The  ultimate  parent  company  of  Shannon  LNG  is  the  US  based  Hess  Corporation. Shannon  LNG  has  obtained  all  of  the  major  permits  and  consents  for  the  LNG  project  including  planning  permission  for  the  terminal  and  export  pipeline,  pipeline  rights  of  way  and  foreshore  leases  and  licenses.   The Shannon LNG terminal is designed and permitted to export to the national gas grid up to 26.8 million normal cubic metres per day of natural gas. It is currently envisaged the project will have initial deliverability of 10.7 normal million cubic  metres  per  day.  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Ireland), Back-­‐up for renewables, The Shannon LNG project will increase Ireland security of gas supply. Ireland imports over 90% of its gas via two pipelines from Scotland. Ireland is unable to meet its N-­‐1 Infrastructure requirements under Regulation (EU) No 994/2010 (CER Consultation Paper “Draft National Preventive Action Plan – Gas 2012-­‐2014 Ireland” (CER/12/088)). The initial phase of the Shannon LNG project will be capable of supplying approximatly 40% of forecast Irish peak demand for 2019/2020 (Calculated using 1 in 50 Winter Peak Day Demand & Base Supply Scenario forecast, Gaslink 2011 Joint Gas Capacity Statement). The proposed LNG terminal will increase market integration and system flexibility by providing a new gas supply route to Ireland. The project supports emmission reductions and will enhance Irelands long-­‐term  security  of  supply  resiliance  by  providing  an  entirely  new  supply  source  for  Ireland  with  LNG  imported  from  geographies  that  may  include  Africa,  Middle  East,  North  America,  Russia  etc          

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Italy

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


LNG-N-085

api nòva energia S.r.l. – LNG off-shore regasification terminal of Falconara Marittima (Ancona, Italy)

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

API Nova  Energia  S.r.l.

Operator

API Nova  Energia  S.r.l.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

apinovaenergia.gruppoapi.com/Gas-­‐Power/Terminale-­‐GNL/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 24/04/09 28/02/11

Year Funding  Granted 2010 Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Not yet

api nòva  energia   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q1

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2013 Q3

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

2014 Q2

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ? %  Exemption  in  entry  direction %  Exemption  in  exit  direction

Not yet 100%

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

0%

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

api nòva  energia  S.r.l.  –  LNG  off-­‐shore   regasification  terminal  of  Falconara   +4,00 +150.000,00 +25,90 150.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Falconara Marittima

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 284,90

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project envisages the utilization of an off-­‐shore mooring structure, Single Point Mooring type, located 16 km off the coast and currently used for the crude oil discharge for the Falconara Marittima refinery, to be adapted in order to allow also the mooring of Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) vessels and the discharge of regasified natural gas in the national gas network through a new off-­‐shore and on-­‐shore 20 km long connection pipeline, and one or more FSRU vessels for the onboard regasification of LNG and the discharge through the SPM of regasified natural gas. Regasification operations shall be performed directly onboard the FSRU vessels, that shall load LNG either from liquefaction plants abroad or via transhipment from LNG carriers away from the SPM. No on-­‐shore fixed LNG storage facilities shall be installed: the regasified gas shall be transported to the coast through a new submarine pipeline and shall then be redirected to  a  regulation  and  metering  station  for  the  connection  with  the  existing  national  transport  network,  located  close  to  the  landing  point.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National,  N-­‐1  Regional  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-011

Brindisi LNG

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

BG Group

Operator

BG Group

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.brindisilng.it

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

BG Group  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q4

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

2017 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

2014

Regasification facility Expected  volume  (bcm/y) Storage  capacity  (m3)

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

+8,00 +320.000,00 +25,00

No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Brindisi

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 275,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources:   gas for the Project is intended to be sourced from BG’s LNG supply portfolio. The Project should therefore increase the number of supply sources to the Italian market and reduce the EU’s dependence on a few large suppliers (Russia and Algeria). This will enhance the security of supply not only to Italy but also to the Southern European region. The development of the Brindisi LNG project will provide an alternative mechanism to pipelines at a national and European level for  the  transportation  of  gas  into  the  EU.    The  investment  in  the  Terminal  will  also  support  wider  infrastructure  enhancement  in  the  SNAM  Rete  Gas  national  transportation  network.   Market Integration (Increase of competition): The project will allow the entry of new operators into the Italian wholesale gas market and will provide the power generators, industrial users and the retail gas market with important alternative  sources  to  the  incumbent  gas  wholesaler.  The  project  will  therefore  promote  competition  in  both  the  wholesale  and  retail  markets,  whilst  constituting  an  important  investment  in  Italian  gas  infrastructure.  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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TRA-N-012

GALSI Pipeline

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Hera Trading  Srl  (10%)   Edison  SpA  (21%)  

Promoter

Edison

Operator

Galsi S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  European  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Enel Produzione  Spa   (16%)  

1

Web Link

www.galsi.it

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Sonatrach (42%)  

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Sfirs Spa  (12%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q4

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2012 Q4

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+861,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not relevant

Construction

2016 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+151,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

Commissioning

2016 Q3

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+258,20

Expected Load  Factor

90,00%

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

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3


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Olbia (Galsi) Algerian  Coast  (Galsi) Porto  Botte  (Galsi) Olbia  (Galsi) Piombino  (Galsi)

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

entry entry exit exit exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 244,00 244,00 244,00 30,50 244,00

From Zone Supplier  Algeria Interconnector  GALSI Hub  Italia Interconnector  GALSI

To Zone Interconnector  GALSI Interconnector  GALSI

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT Gas  pipeline  project  aiming  to  create  a  new  link  between  Algeria  and  Italy  via  Sardinia

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes (the Galsi project will improve security of supply in Italy and Europe, providing for a new and more efficient route for Algerian gas to reach the centre of Italian gas consumption (located in northern Italy) and further on the Northern European markets; in the longer term, with the development of new projects interconnecting different gas sources in Africa (e.g. new Algerian shale gas or TSGP project for Nigerian gas), the Galsi pipeline could provide a highly strategic diversification of gas supply routes to European markets and their supply flexibility; the project will contribute to the creation of an Italian gas hub for gas supply to  Europe  which,  through  the  increase  of  gas  liquidity,  will  enable  the  export  of  major  gas  volumes  from  Italy  to  other  European  markets  through  the  development  of  reverse  flow  capacities) Market integration (the Galsi project represents an unique opportunity to bring natural gas to the island of Sardinia currently not connected to the Italian gas network; similar benefits could potentially be further extended to Corsica, through the Cyrénéé project, improving thereby cohesion within Europe and the already excellent relations between Italy and France; in addition, new entrants will be able to develop and/or consolidate their market positions in the Italian gas  market  through  an  independent  infrastructure) N-­‐1 National (on the basis of the “Transportation Capacity Multi-­‐Annual” as published by Snam Rete Gas, in the year of commissioning of Galsi project, the largest gas supply infrastructure to Italy – in terms of transportation capacity – will be the Trans Austrian Gas pipeline (TAG) with a firm capacity of 107 mSm3/day at the entry point of Tarvisio; in the event of disruption on the TAG pipeline, additional capacities could be made available by maximizing the gas flow in the Galsi  pipeline  to  an  extent  that  will  depend  upon  the  then  prevailing  operating  conditions) Back-­‐up for renewables (a significant quota of electricity generation in Italy (approx. 50% today) is represented by CCGTs whose utilization is increasingly shifting towards a back-­‐up of RES, in the light of their dramatic increase witnessed in these  last  years) Reduction of GHG emissions (the Galsi project complies with sustainable development guidelines, i.e. the promotion of the substitution of high pollutant fossil fuels with a low pollutant such as natural gas, the improvement of efficiency in the  electricity  production  by  switching  from  other  fossil  fuels  to  natural  gas,  and  the  penetration  of  the  use  of  natural  gas  in  industrial/residential  and  tertiary  sector) Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Biogas

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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UGS-N-235

Nuovi Sviluppi Edison Stoccaggio

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

Operator

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Edison Stoccaggio   S.p.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+10,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+10,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2016 Q1

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

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+1.000,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  IT  -­‐  Snam  Rete  Gas/Edison

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 110,00 110,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Italia Hub  Italia

Hub Italia Storage  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  o  SoS  and  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition):   The Italian Storage facilities is a market characterized by absence of a different operators, low level of development new storage capacity by the major operator (with the 97% market share). Our projects will enhance the level of competition  and  security  of  supply  at  national  level.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-237

Palazzo Moroni

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

Operator

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Edison Stoccaggio   S.p.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

+66,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+1,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+1,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2014 Q2

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

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PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  IT  -­‐  Snam  Rete  Gas/Edison

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 11,00 11,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Italia Hub  Italia

Hub Italia Storage  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration  (Increase  of  competition):   The Italian Storage facilities is a market characterized by absence of a different operators, low level of development new storage capacity by the major operator (with the 97% market share). Our projects will enhance the level of competition  and  security  of  supply  at  national  level.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-F-236

San Potito e Cotignola

FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Blugas Infrastru;ure   Srl    (10%)  

Promoter

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

Operator

Edison Stoccagio  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Edison Stoccaggio   S.p.A    (90%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2029 Q2

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2006 Q3

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Construction Commissioning

2013 Q2

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

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+868,00

Injectability (mcm/d)

+6,80

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+6,80


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  IT  -­‐  Snam  Rete  Gas/Edison

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 74,80 74,80

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Italia Hub  Italia

Hub Italia Storage  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  o  SoS  and  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition):   The Italian Storage facilities is a market characterized by absence of a different operators, low level of development new storage capacity by the major operator (with the 97% market share). Our projects will enhance the level of competition  and  security  of  supply  at  national  level.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-217

Zaule - LNG Terminal in Trieste (Italy)

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Gas Natural  Rigassificazione  Italia

Operator

gasNatural Rigassificazione  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.rigassificatoretrieste.gasnatural.com/it/128508535707 4/inizio.html

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

GAS NATURAL   RIGASSIFICAZIONE   ITALIA  S.p.A.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2013  Q2 2014

Construction

2015 Q1

Regasification facility Expected  volume  (bcm/y) Storage  capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2018

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Ship size  (m3)

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

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Zaule LNG  Terminal  (Trieste  -­‐  Italy) +8,00 +280.000,00 +24,00 145.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Zaule LNG  (Trieste)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 264,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Onshore regasification  terminal  with  8  bcm/y  capacity.  Storage  capacity:  2  x  140.000  m3;  Send-­‐out  capacity:  1.075.000  m3(s)/hour.  Single  jetty  and  maximum  vessel  size  of  145.000  m3.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Italy and North and Central Europe), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Italy), N-­‐1 Regional (Region South -­‐ North), Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐ gas, Decontamination  of  part  of  Trieste  Industrial  Harbour.  Boost  in  economic  activity  in  the  city,  province  and  region.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-216

Panigaglia LNG

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

GNL Italia

Operator

GNL Italia

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.gnlitalia.it/en/activities/Innovation-­‐and-­‐ research/modernisation-­‐project.html

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

GNL Italia  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022*

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Send-­‐out (mcm/d) Ship  size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

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Panigaglia LNG +8,00 +240.000,00 +13,00 140.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Panigaglia

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 153,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Expansion Project  under  consideration

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables, Extension  of  transport  capacity  of  Russian  gas  to  the  West,  Integration  of  Nord  Stream  off-­‐  and  on-­‐Shore  in  the  European  gas  infrastructure

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-242

Cornegliano UGS

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

ITAL Gas  Storage  S.r.l.

Operator

ITAL Gas  Storage  S.r.l.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  European  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.italgasstorage.it

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

Whysol Gas  Storage   Holding  S.r.l.  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2011 Q1

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2012 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2012 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

+27,00

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2015 Q1

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+27,00

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Permitting

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Cornegliano UGS +1.300,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Cornegliano

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 297,00 297,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Italia Storage  Italia

Storage Italia Hub  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Ital Gas Storage will construct a new gas storage facility located in Lombardy (Italy). The facility will have a working gas volume of 1.3 billion cubic meters (+10% of actual Italian capacity). The maximum injection and withdrawal rate from the facility will be 27 million cubic meters per day (+10% of actual capacity). The project has been fully authorised in March 2011, construction is expected to start by end 2012 and commercial operation of the facility is expected to commence from  Q4  2014/Q1  2015.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Italy, South Europe, Central Europe), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Italy), N-­‐1 Regional (West), Back-­‐up for renewables, Cornegliano UGS will contribute to the development of reverse gas flow from South Europe to Central Europe and North Europe by providing shippers with an important source of flexibility and gas modulation at relatively low cost (the national tariff in Italy is the lowest  among  Europe).

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-198

Porto Empedocle LNG

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

SIGas Srl  (10%)  

Promoter

Nuove Energie  S.r.l.

Operator

Nuove Energie  S.r.l.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.enel.it/it-­‐IT/eventi_news/news/terminale-­‐di-­‐ rigassificazione-­‐di-­‐porto-­‐empedocle/p/090027d9819310b8

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Nuove Energie  Srl   (90%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

100%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

100%

TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2011  Q3 2013

Regasification facility Expected  volume  (bcm/y) Storage  capacity  (m3)

2017 Q2

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

Send-­‐out (mcm/d) Ship  size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

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Porto Empedocle  LNG +8,00 +320.000,00 +23,10 155.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Porto Empedocle  LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 254,10

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

LNG Terminals  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  planned  Porto  Empedocle  LNG  Terminal  will  be  located  in  Italy,  in  the  Sicily  Region,  cadastral  area  of  Porto  Empedocle,  for  which  the  promoter  received  a  thirty-­‐year  concession.  It  will  consist  of:   –  two  underground  storage  tanks  of  160.000  of  m³  of  capacity  each,   –  vaporiser  pumps  and  other  treatment  facilities  required  to  process  LNG  and   –  a  breakwater  with  mooring  jetty  and  unloading  arms.   The  LNG  Terminal  will  be  able  to  inject  the  gas  at  the  standard  grid  pressure  (around  70  bar)  and  will  be  connected  to  the  transmission  system  operated  by  SnamReteGas  by  means  of  a  pipeline  section  specifically  built  by  SnamReteGas. EXPECTED  BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, The LNG terminal will provide some storage capacity within its tanks, allowing to provide flexibility to the system in an area where gas storage is not currently present.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-F-089

OLT Offshore LNG Toscana SpA

FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Golar Offshore   OLT  Energy  Toscana   S.p.A.  (4%)  Toscana  Limited  (3%)   ASA  Spa  (5%)  

Promoter

OLT Offshore  LNG  Toscana  S.p.A

Operator

OLT Offshore  LNG  Toscana  S.p.A

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ? IREN  Mercato  Spa   (42%)  

E.ON Rhurgas  AG   (47%)  

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.oltoffshore.it/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

2008 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Yes

Construction

2012 Q4

Storage capacity  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

Yes

Commissioning

2013 Q2

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

FID

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

FSRU Toscana +3,75 +137.500,00 +11,00 138.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

FSRU Toscana

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 121,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The OLT Offshore LNG Toscana project provides for the conversion of an LNG carrrier (Golar Frost) into a floating storage regassification unit (FSRU) permanently anchored about 22 km offshore Tuscany coast. The FSRU is directly connected with  the  national  gas  grid  throught  a  29  km  subsea  pipeline  and  7  km  in  land  pipeline  already  built  by  Snam  Rete  Gas.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-007

Adriatica and Tirrenica pipelines

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+168,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+264,00

Expected Load  Factor

65,00%

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022*

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

3 +1.130,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 264,00

From Zone

To Zone Hub  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  and  off-­‐shore  pipelines  and  in  new  compressor  stations  along  the  center-­‐south  of  Italy  to  permit  the  increase  of  transport  capacity  at  new  or  existing  Entry  Points  in  south  Italy

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Italy),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  Flexibility  of  the  system  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-214

Cross Border Bi-directional Flows - Phase 2

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+80,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+95,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+375,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2016 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Expected Load  Factor

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Griespass (CH)  /  Passo  Gries  (IT)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 375,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Italia

Hub Switzerland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  pipelines  and  new  compressor  stations  in  the  north  of  Italy  and  it  permits  to  increase  the  physical  reverse  flow  capacity  available  with  the  phase  1

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  N-­‐1  Regional,  Flexibility  of  the  system,  reducing  of  GHG  emissions

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-213

Cross Border Bi-directional Flows - Phase 1

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Permitting

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d) Expected  Load  Factor

1 +370,00

+54,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Griespass (CH)  /  Passo  Gries  (IT)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 54,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Italia

Hub Switzerland

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  pipelines  in  the  north  of  Italy  and  it  permits  to  make  available  a  new  service  of  physical  reverse  flow  capacity

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Reverse  Flows,  Diversification  of  routes,  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  N-­‐1  Regional,  Flexibility  of  the  system,  reducing  of  GHG  emissions

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-008

Development in North East Italy

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+120,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+100,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+350,00

Expected Load  Factor

65,00%

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022*

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 350,00

From Zone

To Zone Hub  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  pipelines  and  in  a  new  compressor  station  in  the  north  east  of  Italy  to  permit  the  increase  of  transport  capacity  at  new  or  existing  Entry  Points  in  that  area

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Italy),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  Flexibility  of  the  system

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-215

Panigaglia

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022*

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1 +150,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+135,00

Expected Load  Factor

65,00%


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Panigaglia

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 135,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  pipelines  to  permit  the  increase  of  transport  capacity  at  the  Entry  Point  interconnected  with  the  existing  Panigaglia  LNG  Terminal

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (ITALY),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  Flexibility  of  the  system,  reducing  of  GHG  emissions

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-009

Second Southern initiative

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

Operator

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.snamretegas.it/export/sites/snamretegas/repository/fi le/ENG/Thermal_Year_20112012/Information_for_User/Cap acity_plans/Capacity_and_development_Plan_2011_2012.pd f

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Snam Rete  Gas  S.p.A.   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

+660,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

+90,00

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

+275,00

Expected Load  Factor

65,00%

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022*

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

1


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

No

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 275,00

From Zone

To Zone Hub  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

The project  consists  in  new  on-­‐shore  and  off-­‐shore  pipelines  and  in  development  of  compressor  stations  along  the  center-­‐south  of  Italy  to  permit  the  increase  of  transport  capacity  at  new  or  existing  Entry  Points  in  south  Italy

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  N-­‐1  National  (ITALY),  Back-­‐up  for  renewables,  Power-­‐to-­‐gas,  SoS,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition),  Flexibility  of  the  system

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


LNG-N-088

LNG Medgas Terminal S.r.l.

Non-FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Medgas Italia  S.r.l.   (30%)  

FINANCING

Promoter

Sorgenia S.p.A.

Operator

LNG Medgas  Terminal  S.r.l.

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

Fingas S.r.l.  (50%   Sorgenia  S.p.A./50%   Iren  S.p.A.)  (70%)  

None

Web Link

www.sorgenia.com/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 2/12/08

Year Funding  Granted 2010 Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

0

End of  permitting  phase

2012 Q1

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

0

FID

2013 Q4

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

Not yet

Construction

2016 Q4

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2017 Q1

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Ship size  (m3)

Exemption granted  ?

0

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Reloading ability  ?

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

LNG Medgas  Terminal  S.r.l. +12,00 +640.000,00 +32,90 270.000,00 No


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Medgas Terminal  LNG

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 361,90

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The LNG Terminal of Gioia Tauro will contribute to the satisfaction of the European and Italian gas needs. Furthermore, the LNG Terminal of Gioia Tauro, by guaranteeing the possibility of buying LNG worldwide, will mitigate the European geopolitical  risk,  in  particular  for  Italy  which  is  highly  dependent  on  Russian  and  Algerian  imports.  This  aspect  is  in  line  with  the  specific  criteria  of  the  security  of  supply. The position of Gioia Tauro is extremely strategic both for cargoes coming from the Suez Channel and from Atlantic basin. In the eventuality of disruptions in gas supplies from North African countries, the Gioia Tauro LNG Terminal would play  a  crucial  role  in  allowing  the  supply  of  natural  gas  from  alternative  sources,  without  affecting  the  distribution  chain  that,  from  the  Calabria  region,  provides  natural  gas  to  the  rest  of  Italy  and  potentially  also  to  Northern  Europe.

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration (Development of Italy as a gas hub and possibility to become an exporting country.), Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Italy), N-­‐1 Regional, N-­‐1 criteria completion (regional  level):  a  region  is  not  yet  formally  defined;  the  LNG  Medgas  Terminal  will  however  bring  advantages  at  bith  national  level  and  at  regional  level,  considering  the  nature  of  a  LNG  project

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-F-259

Bordolano

FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

STOGIT

Operator

STOGIT

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.stogit.it/en/activities/Innovation-­‐and-­‐ research/Progetto_Bordolano.html

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Stogit (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q1

Storage facility

Bordolano

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2006 Q2

Working volume  (mcm)

+1.138,00

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2015 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

+14,00

Commissioning

2015 Q4

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+19,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  IT  -­‐  Snam  Rete  Gas/STOGIT

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 154,00 209,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Italia Storage  Italia

Storage Italia Hub  Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Depleted gas  fields  on-­‐shore  (new  field)

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National, N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐gas, Market Integration (increase of competition and market liquidity), Increased flexibility of  the  system

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-F-260

System Enhancements - Stogit - on-shore gas fields

FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

STOGIT

Operator

STOGIT

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Stogit (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q1

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2006 Q2

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2022 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

Commissioning

2022 Q4

Deliverability (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FID

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A

Stogit Enhancements  and  New   Developments     +1.863,00

+18,50


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  IT  -­‐  Snam  Rete  Gas/STOGIT

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 203,50

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Italia

Hub Italia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT The  project  envisages  the  development  of  the  following  depleted  on-­‐shore  gas  fields: -­‐  Settala -­‐  Fiume  Treste -­‐  Minerbio -­‐  Ripalta EXPECTED  BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National, N-­‐1 Regional, Back-­‐up for renewables, Power-­‐to-­‐gas, Market Integration (increase of competition and market liquidity),Increased flexibility  of  the  system

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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UGS-N-002

Alsace Sud

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Storengy

Operator

Storengy

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

None

Web Link

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted 2005 Undefined   (100,00%)  

Storengy (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

End of  permitting  phase

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Negotiated (e.g.  Exemption)

FID

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Injectability (mcm/d)

+3,00

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+9,60

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Commissioning

2022 Q4

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

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Alsace Sud +200,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Alsace Sud

Yes Yes

exit entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 105,60 33,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage France(PEG  South) Hub  France(PEG  North)

Hub France(PEG  South) Storage  France(PEG  North)

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Creation of  a  new  salt  cavity  storage  site  of  up  to  200  mcm  of  working  gas  volume

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  Integration  (Increase  of  competition) The  project  will  contribute  to  the  increase  of  storage  capacity  in  France,  which  will  enhance  security  of  supply  and  provide  more  flexibility  to  the  market  thus  facilitating  competition.  

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Latvia

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


TRA-N-131

Enhancement of Latvia-Lithuania interconnection

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Latvijas Gaze

Operator

Latvijas Gaze

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs Lietuvos Dujos  (50%)  

None

Latvijas Gaze  (50%)  

Web Link

www.lg.lv/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2021 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2021 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

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2 +90,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Kiemenai

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 62,20 62,20

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Lithuania Hub  Latvia

Hub Latvia Hub  Lithuania

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

In order  to  further  enhace  LV-­‐LT  interconnection  section  of  gas  pipeline  in  Latvia  shall  be  built  and  gas  metering  station  in  Lithuania  upgraded

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Reverse Flows, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 National (Lithuania), Project will significantly increase interoperability of Latvian and Lithuanian gas systems, improve security of supply for  Lithuania  and  will  be  part  of  important  route  connecting  common  European  gas  grid  with  gas  systems  of  the  East-­‐Baltic  countries.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Union financial  assistance

Latvijas Gaze,  Lietuvos  Dujos  

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UGS-N-130

Modernisation of Incukalns Underground Gas Storage

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Latvijas Gaze

Operator

Latvijas Gaze

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Priority Project

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

other parEes  storing   gas  (50%)  

JSC Latvijas  Gaze  (50%)  

Web Link

www.lg.lv/

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 28/04/10

Year Funding  Granted Not  yet Undefined   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Storage  facility

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2013 Q4

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2025 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

+17,00

Commissioning

2025 Q4

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+30,00

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

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Incukalns Underground  Gas  Storage +2.300,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

UGS -­‐  LV  -­‐  Latvijas  Gaze

Yes Yes Yes Yes

entry exit exit entry

UGS -­‐  LV  -­‐  Latvijas  Gaze

Capacity (GWh/d) 198,00 385,00 187,00 330,00

From Zone

To Zone

Storage Latvia Hub  Latvia Hub  Latvia Storage  Latvia

Hub Latvia Storage  Latvia Storage  Latvia Hub  Latvia

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Modernization of  existing  and  construction  of  new  facilities  with  the  aim  to  increase  daily  output  from  30  to  35  million  m3  and  to  comply  with  the  EN  1918:1  

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Diversification of sources, Diversification of routes, N-­‐1 Regional (BEMIP), Back-­‐up for renewables, The Implementation of the Projects will enhance cross-­‐border interconnection capacity, along with strengthening economic  cooperation  in  the  region,  building  links  between  Poland  and  Lithuania,  and  strengthening  the  economic  cohesion  with  the  common  EU  grid.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Union financial  assistance  

Latvijas Gaze  

Other parties  keeping  gas  in  the  storage  

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


Lithuania

TYNDP 2013-足2022 I Annex A


LNG-F-058

Klaipeda LNG terminal

FID

LNG Terminal SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Private (29%)  

FINANCING

Promoter

Klaipedos Nafta

Operator

AB Klaipėdos  Nafta

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Not defined  yet

IGAs

State (Ministry  of   Energy)  (71%)  

None

Web Link

www.oil.lt/index.php?id=lng&L=1

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 1/07/09

Year Funding  Granted 2010 Private  Financing   (100,00%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2013 Q2

Regasification facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2012 Q1

Expected volume  (bcm/y)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2014 Q4

Storage capacity  (m3)

Commissioning

2014 Q4

Send-­‐out (mcm/d)

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

FEED

Ship size  (m3) Reloading  ability  ?

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+2,00 +170.000,00 +5,00 170.000,00 Yes


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Klaipeda (LNG)

Yes

exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Lithuania

Hub Lithuania

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Market  integration,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Lithuania),  Reduce  Lithuania's  dependence  on  the  single    external  natural  gas  supplier; Ensure  diversification  of  natural  gas  supply  sources; Create  real  gas  market  and  ensuring  natural  gas  supply  in  Lithuania.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-N-238

Enhancement of Capacity of Pipeline Klaipeda-Kiemenai

Non-FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Lietuvos Dujos

Operator

Lietuvos Dujos

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.dujos.lt

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Year Funding  Granted Undefined   (100,00%)  

Lietuvos Dujos    (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

# of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2017 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

Planned

Expected Load  Factor

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

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1 +110,00

+62,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Klaipeda (LNG)

Yes

entry

Capacity (GWh/d) 62,00

From Zone

To Zone

LNG Terminals  Lithuania

Hub Lithuania

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  Diversification  of  sources,  Diversification  of  routes,  N-­‐1  National  (Lithuania),  N-­‐1  Regional  (Baltic  States). This project would provide capacity to transport the gas from LNG terminal in Klaipeda to other Baltic states for the needs of national consumption as well as to the Incukalns underground gas storage (Latvia) as well as would provide an opportunity  for  the  market  players  of  certain  Baltic  states  to  diversify  gas  supply  routes  and  sources  and  possibly  enhance  competition  in  the  gas  market.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

Support from  EU  structural  funds  is  expected.

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


TRA-F-239

Gas pipeline Jurbarkas-Klaipeda

FID

Pipeline including  CS SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Lietuvos Dujos

Operator

Lietuvos Dujos

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Not part  of  TEN-­‐E

Interested by  PCI  ?

No

IGAs

None

Web Link

www.dujos.lt

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request

Public Financing   (46,00%)   Private  Financing   (54,00%)  

Year Funding  Granted

Lietuvos Dujos  (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION #  of  Pipelines,  nodes,  CS

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2011 Q4

Total Pipeline  Length  (km)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2013 Q4

Total Compressor  Power  (MW)

Exemption granted  ?

No

Commissioning

2013 Q4

Maximum Capacity  (GWh/d)

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

FID

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Expected Load  Factor

1 +137,60


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Capacity (GWh/d)

From Zone

To Zone

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of  Supply,  The  Klaipeda-­‐Jubarkas  gas  pipeline  will  create  a  circular  natural  gas  transmission  system  in  Lithuania  contributing  thus  to  the  security  of  supply.

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Support from  EU  structural  funds.

Lietuvos Dujos

Multilateral financing

ENTSOG TYNDP 2013-2013 - Annex A


UGS-N-034

Syderiai

Non-FID

Storage Facility SPONSORS

GENERAL INFORMATION

FINANCING

Promoter

Lietuvos energija  AB

Operator

Lietuvos energija  AB

TEN-­‐E Project  ?

Project of  Common  Interest

Interested by  PCI  ?

Yes

IGAs

None

Web Link

le.lt

TEN-­‐E Requests

Date of  Request 28/02/11 27/06/08

Year Funding  Granted 2012 Undefined   (100,00%)  

2010

Geological invesCgaCons,   Lietuvos  energija,  AB   (100%)  

THIRD-­‐PARTY ACCESS  REGIME

SCHEDULE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Considered TPA  Regime

Regulated

End of  permitting  phase

2015 Q4

Storage facility

Considered Tariff  Regime

Regulated

FID

2014 Q3

Working volume  (mcm)

Applied for  Exemption  ?

No

Construction

2018 Q4

Injectability (mcm/d)

+5,00

Commissioning

2019 Q4

Deliverability (mcm/d)

+10,00

Exemption granted  ?

Not relevant

% Exemption  in  entry  direction

0%

% Exemption  in  exit  direction

0%

Last completed  Phase  :

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Syderiai underground  gas  storage +500,00


PROJECTED CAPACITY  INCREASES Interconnection

Modelled

Direction

Syderiai

Yes Yes

entry exit

Capacity (GWh/d) 55,00 110,00

From Zone

To Zone

Hub Lithuania Storage  Lithuania

Storage Lithuania Hub  Lithuania

DESCRIPTION OF  THE  PROJECT

Expected total  capacity  –  1  billion  m3,  storage  will  create  conditions  for  gas  reserve  storage  in  Lithuania,  increase  the  security  of  supply  and  contribute  to  the  creation  of  national  gas  market

EXPECTED BENEFITS

Security of Supply, Market integration, Diversification of sources, The project should create conditions for natural gas reserve storage in Lithuania, increase the security of natural gas supply in the region and contribute to the creation of national gas  market

COMMENTS ABOUT  THE  PROJECT  FINANCING Public  financing

Private financing

Multilateral financing

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